Bills of Lading

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14.1 This chapter considers in outline the principal “primary” remedies available to a party to a bill of lading dispute. These may in principle be available after a full trial or on application for summary judgment. The description “primary” is used to distinguish the substantive remedy that a party is ultimately likely to be seeking from ancillary, interim or procedural remedies that are considered in the next chapter. These primary remedies consist of:

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