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If a credit requires presentation of a charter party bill of lading or if a credit allows presentation of a charter party bill of lading and a charter party bill of lading is presented, UCP article 22 is applicable. The rules accordingly demonstrate the needs, customs and practices of business.
Original bills of lading must be signed in the form described in UCP sub-article 20 a i and indicate the name of the carrier, identified as the carrier.
If a credit prohibits partial shipments and more than one set of isbo multi-modal transport documents are presented covering shipment, dispatch or taking in charge from one or more points of origin as specifically allowed, or within the geographical area or range stated in the creditsuch documents are acceptable, provided that they cover the movement of goods on the same means of conveyance and same journey and are destined for the same destination.
After the three-year period a process of Re-Certification is required idbp the professional has to provide evidence of Continued Professional Development to maintain the accreditation or re-sit the examination.
Retrieved 17 March Facsimile signatures, perforated signatures, stamps, symbols such as chops or any electronic or mechanical means of authentication are sufficient. Charter party bills of lading need not be marked “original” to be acceptable under a credit. Air transport documents often have separate boxes which, by their pre-printed headings, indicate that they are for freight charges “prepaid” and for freight charges “to collect”, respectively.
Clauses or notations on charter party bills of lading which expressly declare a defective condition of the goods or packaging are not acceptable. When a credit states that documents in two or more languages are acceptable, a nominated bank may, in its advice of the credit, limit the number of acceptable languages as a condition of its engagement in the credit. The draft must be drawn by the beneficiary. Where examples are given, these are solely for the purpose of illustration and are not exhaustive.
Since applicants’ obligations, rights and remedies depend upon their undertaking with the issuing bank, the performance of the underlying transaction and the timeliness of any objection under applicable law and practice, applicants should not assume that they may rely on these provisions in order to excuse their obligations to reimburse the issuing bank. Such a multi-modal transport document is not acceptable unless all the multi-modal transport documents form part of the same presentation under the same credit.
If a pre-printed “Shipped on board” charter party bill of lading is presented, its issuance date will be deemed to be the date of shipment unless it bears an on board notation, in which event the date of the on board notation will be deemed to be the date of shipment whether or not the on board date is before or after the issuance date of the document.
Title of Documents and Combined Documents If a credit states “House air waybill is acceptable” or “Freight Forwarder’s air waybill is acceptable” or uses a similar phrase, then the air transport document may be signed by a freight forwarder in the capacity of a freight forwarder without the need to identify itself as a carrier or agent for a named carrier.
Delays in the remittance of funds, such as grace days, the time it takes to remit funds, etc. Issuer of Documents Corrections and alterations on a multi-modal transport document must be authenticated.
If a pre-printed “Shipped on board” bill of lading is presented, its issuance date will be deemed to be the date of shipment unless it bears a separate dated on board notation, in which event the date of the on board notation will be deemed to be the date of shipment whether or not the on board date is before or after the issuance date of the bill of lading.
If a draft is drawn at a tenor other than sight, or other than a certain period after sight, it must be possible to establish the maturity date from the data in the draft itself.
An insurance document must be in the form as required by the credit and, where necessary, be endorsed by the party to whose order claims are payable. A goods description in the transport document may be shown in general terms not in conflict with that stated in the credit. If the content of a document indicates that it requires a signature to iebp its validity e. Freight and Additional Costs An air transport document must indicate the airport of departure and airport of destination as stated in the credit.
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If a credit prohibits partial shipments and more than one air transport document is presented covering dispatch from one or more airports of departure as specifically allowed, or within the geographical area or range stated in the creditsuch documents are acceptable, provided that they cover the dispatch of goods on the same aircraft and same flight and are destined for the same airport of destination.
The amount must agree with that of the invoice, unless as a result of UCP sub-article 18 b. Such a bill of lading is not acceptable unless all the bills of lading form part of the same presentation under the same credit. It should be noted that any term in a documentary credit which modifies or excludes the applicability of a provision of UCP may also have an impact on international standard banking practice.
Recognised worldwide as a isbpp of competence for international practitioners, it enables documentary credit specialists to demonstrate practical knowledge and understanding of the complex issues associated with documentary credit practice such as:. If a credit requires that a charter party bill of lading show that freight has been paid or is payable at destination, the charter party bill of lading must be marked accordingly.
Issuers of Certificates of Origin Corrections and alterations on air transport documents must be authenticated.
Practitioners are urged to refer to this ksbp whenever doubts arise as to how to structure and check documents in credits utilizing UCP The fact that a document has a box or space for a signature does not necessarily mean that such box or space must ispb completed with a signature. Such authentication must appear to have been made by the carrier, master captain or any of their agents who may be different from the agent that may have issued or signed itprovided they are identified as an agent of the carrier or the master captain.
ISP 98- International Standby Practices
If a bill of lading showing more than one on board notation is presented under a ixbp which requires drafts to be drawn, for example, at ibp days after or from bill of lading date, and the goods according to both or all on board notations were shipped from ports within a permitted geographical area or region, the earliest of these on board dates will be used for calculation of the maturity date.
Likewise, if a credit requires the goods to be consigned “to order” or “to order of” a named party, the bill of lading must not show that the goods are consigned straight to the named party.
Non-negotiable copies of multi-modal transport documents do not need to include any signature on, or authentication of, any alterations or corrections that may have been made on the original. Other documents that show a detailed marking will not be considered to be in conflict for that reason.