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Bill of Landing combined or consolidated from two or more Bill of Landing's.



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HITCHMENT BILL OF LANDING

Bill of Landing covering parts of a shipment which are loaded at more than one location. Hitchment Bill of Landing usually consists of two parts, hitchment and hitchment memo. The hitchment portion usually covers the majority of a divided shipment and carries the entire revenue.

SHORT TERM BILL OF LANDING

Opposite of Long Form Bill of Landing, a Bill of Landing without the Terms & Conditions written on it. Also known as a Short Form Bill of Landing. The terms are incorporated by reference to the long form Bill of Landing.

HITCHMENT

The marrying of two or more portions of one shipment that originate at different locations, moving under one bill of lading, from one shipper to one consignee. Authority for this service must be granted by tariff publication. See Bill of Lading.

NEGOTIABLE BILL OF LANDING

The Bill of Landing is a title document to the goods, issued 'to the order of' a party, usually the shipper, whose endorsement is required to effect is negotiation.Thus, a shipper's order (negotiable) Bill of Landing can be bought, sold, or traded while goods are in transit and is commonly used for letterofcredit transactions. The buyer must submit the original Bill of Landing to the carrier in order to take possession of the goods.

ORIGINAL BILL OF LANDING

The part of the Bill of Landing set that has value, especially when negotiable; rest of set are only informational le copies. Abbreviated as OBL.

LONG FORM BILL OF LANDING

Bill of Landing form with all Terms & Conditions written on it.Most Bill of Landing's are short form which incorporate the long form clauses by reference.

DOMESTIC BILL OF LANDING

Nonnegotiable Bill of Landing primarily containing routing details; usually used by truckers and freight forwarders.

CANCELED BILL OF LANDING

Bill of Landing status; used to cancel a processed Bill of Landing; usually per shipper's request; different from voided Bill of Landing.

RECONCILED BILL OF LANDING

Bill of Landing set which has completed a prescribed number of edits between the shipper's instructions and the actual shipment received. This produces a very accurate Bill of Landing.

BILL OF LANDING'S TYPE

refers to the type of Bill of Landing being issued. Some examples are: a Memo (ME), Original (OBL), Nonnegotiable, Corrected (CBL) or Amended (AM) Bill of Landing.

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