APPLICATION The following provisions shall apply to transport of goods by any common carrier authorized under the Act respecting transportation by motor vehicle (SRC 1970) or under provincial statutes with the following exceptions:  a) transportation of used household goods  b) livestock,  c) bus parcel express and messaging buses,  d) transportation of personal luggage of bus passengers,  e) such other specific commodities as may be by a provincial Act or regulation. LADING 1. A bill of lading must be issued for each shipment in accordance with the provisions hereof.  2. It belongs to the sender to ensure that each article covered by the bill of lading is clearly and distinctly identified with the name of the consignee and its destination. This provision does not apply in the case of an expedition involving a shipper and consignee and when shipment is a truckload.  3. By affixing their signatures on the bill of lading, the shipper and the carrier agree to the conditions contained therein.  4. The carrier may prepare a roadmap for goods transported. The roadmap must have the same number or even identification as the original bill of lading. In any way or at any time, the roadmap can not take the place of original bill of lading.. CONDITIONS OF CARRIAGE 1. Carrier liability: The carrier of the goods described hereon is responsible for loss or damage to goods accepted by him or his representative, subject to the terms below. 2. Responsibility of the first and last carrier: When a shipment is transported by more than one carrier, in addition to other responsibilities they have assumed under this contract. One who issues the bill of lading (hereinafter called the first carrier) and one who must deliver the goods to the consignee (hereinafter called the last carrier) are responsible for loss or damage to goods in possession of another carrier, which they are or have been delivered as it is not relieved of its responsibilities. 3. Recovery from connecting carrier: The carrier or the last carrier, as applicable, is entitled to be reimbursed by any other carrier to whom the goods were delivered or are delivered, the value of the loss or damage that may be required to pay because the goods were lost or damaged while they were in possession of the other carrier. In the case of connecting carriers, settlement of claims for damage not apparent be made in proportion to revenue receipts. 4. Appeal of the shipper and consignee: Sections 2 and 3 may have the effect of preventing a shipper or consignee to obtain damages from any carrier. 5. Exceptions: For goods described hereon, the carrier is not responsible for loss, damage or delay due to a fortuitous event or force majeure, the enemies of the Crown, public enemies, riots, strikes, a defect or imperfection inherent in the goods, an act or default of the consignor, owner or consignee, authority of law, quarantine or differences in weights of grain, seed or other commodities, due to a natural phenomenon. 6. Delay: No carrier is bound to carry through a particular vehicle or deliver goods in time for any particular market or other conditions that the manner of regular shipments, unless an agreement contained hereon has been ratified by the contracting parties. 7. Routing by carrier: If physical necessity, the carrier must deliver the goods by a conveyance other than a licensed vehicle to transport against payment, the liability is the same as though the entire carriage were by licensed vehicle. 8. Stoppage in transit: Where goods are stopped and held in transit at the request of the person authorized to do so, the goods are held at the risk of that person. 9. Determining Value: Under clause 10, the maximum amount which the carrier may be liable for any loss or damage to goods, there has been negligence or not, must be calculated. On the basis of: a) the value of goods to the place and time of shipment including the freight charges and other fees paid, whether or b) where a value lower than that referred to in paragraph a) is registered by the consignor or has been agreed upon, such lower value shall be the maximum liability. 10. Maximum Liability: The amount of any loss or damage computed under the provisions of paragraphs a) or b) in Article 9 shall not exceed $ 2.00 per pound ($ 4.41 per kg) calculated on the total weight of the shipment, unless a higher value is declared by the shipper, in the space provided on the waybill. 11. Risks borne by the sender: it is agreed that the goods are carried at the risk of the consignor, that agreement covers only such risks as are necessarily incidental to transportation. The carrier remains responsible for any loss, damage or delay which may result from negligence or default on his part that his (her) agent (s) or is (its) employee (s). The carrier must then prove that there was no negligence. 12. Notice of claim: a) No carrier shall be liable for loss, damage or delay of any goods covered by a bill of lading unless detailing the origin, destination, date of shipment and the estimated the amount claimed for any loss, damage or delay in writing to the first or last carrier within sixty (60) days after delivery of goods or fails to make delivery within nine (9) months from the date of shipment. b) The final claim must be filed within nine (9) months following the date of shipment together with a copy of the freight bill paid. 13. Articles of extraordinary value: No carrier is bound to carry any documents, specie or any articles of extraordinary value, unless an agreement has been concluded to this effect. If such goods are carried without a special agreement and the nature of the goods is not specified on the bill of lading, carrier liability for loss or damage can not be held beyond the maximum liability established in Article 10. 14. Transportation: a) If required by the carrier, freight and all other expenses properly incurred AGAINST goods must be paid before delivery and if, upon inspection, it appears that goods shipped are not those mentioned in the bill of lading the freight charges must be paid for the goods actually shipped with any additional charges lawfully due. b) Transportation costs must be collected, unless the sender does otherwise on the bill of lading. 15. Dangerous goods: Every person who, directly or indirectly, shipping explosives or other dangerous materials without having first made known to the carrier the exact nature of the load in the manner prescribed by law or regulation, shall indemnify the carrier against all loss, damage or delay caused thereby and such goods may be warehoused at the risk and expense of the sender. 16. Undelivered goods: a) If without fault of the carrier, the goods can be delivered, the carrier shall immediately notify the shipper and consignee that delivery has not been made and shall request instructions on how to dispose of the goods. b) Pending receipt of instructions on how to dispose of the goods, the carrier may: I) keep the goods in his warehouse storage fee reasonable, or II) move and store goods in a public warehouse or commercial shipper's expense, provided he has given notice of his intentions to the sender, in which case it is no longer responsible for loading, while retaining a claim on the goods in exchange for the payment of all legitimate expenses of transportation and other reasonable costs including storage. 17. Returning Goods: If the carrier has given notice of non-delivery of goods in accordance with Article 16a) and he has received no instructions on how to dispose of within ten (10) days the date of the notice, he may return to sender, and the latter's expense, all undelivered goods for which he has issued such an opinion. 18. Changes: Under Article 19, any limitation on the carrier's liability and any alteration, addition or erasure in the bill of lading shall be signed or initialed by the consignor or his representative and by the first carrier or his representative, under penalty of nullity. 19. Weight: The shipper is responsible for the accuracy of reported weight and must be listed on the waybill. Where the actual weight of the shipment does not agree with the weight shown on the bill of lading, the carrier will make the necessary corrections. 20. Shipping CR: a) The carrier shall not deliver an expedition against repayment, that is to say, payable at time of delivery, without the latter is paid. b) Unless the sender does otherwise instructed on the bill, the costs of collecting and remitting money paid upon delivery must be collected from the consignee. c) The carrier shall pay to the consignor or his agent the sum of CR within fifteen (15) days from the date of recovery. d) A carrier must separate money from VC funds and other revenue of his business by keeping them in a separate account in trust. e) The carrier must include in its fees, costs of collecting and remitting money paid by consignees. Aliquis had not amet velit ad. Labore aliquip ex do dolore dolor excepteur do is Duis dolor. Pariatur dolore ex ut exercitant, deserunt, had cupidatat occaecat. In voluptate adipisicing is. Duis Pariatur had been, Duis amet enim esse. 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