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Shipping & Transport

13 November 2019
Anna Lena Wülbern Delivery of goods by parking container outside consignee premises

Germany - Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

According to the Bremen Higher Regional Court, if agreed by contracting parties, goods can be delivered by parking a shipping container in front of the consignee's premises during non-business hours. In such instances, the carrier will not be liable if the cargo is stolen. This decision is a useful reminder that parties to a transport contract must have unequivocal terms of delivery.

Authors: Anna Lena Wülbern, Olaf Hartenstein
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