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Shipping & Transport

02 October 2019
Karen Lorenz Court examines scope of multimodal transport

Germany - Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

Federal Court of Justice case law suggests that, in multimodal transport cases, voyages always have a series of sections and there are no stages without sections. However, a recent Hamburg Regional Court decision suggests that there may be transport stages in a multimodal transport system that cannot be attributed to a particular section.

Authors: Karen Lorenz, Marco G Remiorz
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