Nautical words



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Bill of Lading. Receipt given by shipmaster, or other representative of owner, to shipper of cargo when received on board. Is not a contract of carriage but should epitomise the conditions under which the goods specified are carried.

Bill of Sight. Entry at Customs when, owing to insufficient know­ledge of goods, a Bill of Entry cannot be made out. Goods are then landed, in presence of Customs Officers, and Bill of Entry prepared.

Bill of Store 43 Bitt Head



Bill of Store. Document authorising shipment of dutiable articles as ship's stores and free of duty.


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