Conflicting Laws in "Wet" Multimodal Carriage of Goods: The UNCITRAL Draft Convention on the Carriage of Goods [Wholly or Partly] [by Sea]

Nikaki, Theodora
October 2006
Journal of Maritime Law & Commerce;2006, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p521
Academic Journal
The article discusses the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Draft Convention on the Carriage of Goods. This started out in 1996 as a project on the unification of the international laws on carriage of goods by sea. UNCITRAL collaborated with the Comité Maritime International to monitor transport operations.


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