Solomon S. Huebner Documents

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1954

Abstract

Constantly growing dissatisfaction has developed in recent years among shippers, insurance men, and underwriters with the lack of uniformity in ocean-going steamship bills of lading and the increasingly manifest disposition of steamship companies to exempt themselves from every possible liability, until, as has been stated in Dr. Huebner's very timely article elsewhere in this present issue of the Bulletin, the steamships are, under the terms of their bills of lading, practically free from liability in connection with the safe conduct and delivery of their cargo.

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