(3) Would the opinion change by the fact that the letter of credit specifically called for an on board notation vs. a letter of credit requirement which strictly called for a Multimodal Transport Document without calling for an on board notation?
59Impact of the UCP 600UCP 600 articles 20 and 21 - Bill of Lading / Non-Negotiable Sea WaybillFor example:LC requires shipment from Callao to FelixstoweBill of lading shows:Pre-carriageRiver SunPlace of receiptCallaoOcean vesselRiver MoonPort of loadingMiamiPort of dischargeFelixstoweBL marked “Shipped on board 15 June 2008” – Is this okay?60Impact of the UCP 600UCP 600 Article 22Charter Party Bill of Ladingbox3Changed opening “containing an indication it is subject to a charter party”; box3New signing capacity – Charterer; andbox3Geographical range or region acceptable as port of discharge if stated in credit i.e., “Any European Port”.UCP 600 Article 23Air Transport Documentbox3Flight date in a notation will always be taken as the date of shipment whether flight stamp called for or not. No other information on the air waybill be accepted as flight date.
61Impact of the UCP 600UCP 600 Article 23Air Transport Document –ICC Opinion TA636 (October 2007)Q. Paragraph 141 of the ISBP allows using IATA codes for airports instead of writing out their names in full. Can the same be applied for carriers’ IATA codes,
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