It begins with the actual delivery of the goods for transportation, and not merely with the formal execution of a receipt or bill of lading; the issuance of a bill of lading is not necessary to complete delivery and acceptance. (Compania Maritima v. Insurance Co. of North America, G.R. No. L-18965, Oct. 30, 1964)
When does liability of the common carrier commence in connection to the transfer of goods?
- Category: Transportation Laws