Foul Bill of Landing
A document that indicates that the goods being shipped are not as described in the shipping documents.
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What is a Foul Bill of Landing?
In the shipping context, a foul bill of lading is a document issued by a carrier that indicates that the goods being transported were damaged or not in the same condition as they were at the time of loading. This document is issued by the consignee or carrier when the cargo has been damaged, lost, or stolen during transportation. A foul bill of lading is important for filing insurance claims and seeking compensation for any damages incurred.
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