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Carrier’s Liability towards the carried goods

The carrier’s liability towards the carried goods, except in case of intent or gross negligence, are regulated in the supranational and were primarily examined in the latest revision of CMR agreements of 1978.

Transport

Convention

Carrier’s liability

TIR

National Transports – D.L. 286/2005

International Transports – CMR Ginevra 1956

€ 1,00 per kg of damaged goods

DSP 8,33 = € – per kg of damaged goods *

RAIL

National Transports – L. 200

European Transports – COTIF – CIM

€18,08 per kg of damaged goods

DSP 16,66 = € – per kg of damaged goods (full compensation only for willful and reckless negligence) *

AIR Montreal 1999 – ex Varsavia 1920 DSP 17,00 = € – per kg of damaged goods *
SEA

Bruxelles 1924
Amburgo 1978

Following countries: Austria, Barbados, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Chile, Czech Republic, Egypt, Gambia, Georgia, Guinea, Hungary, Kenya, Lebanon, Lesotho, Malawi, Morocco, Nigeria, Romania, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Slovakia, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda

DSP 2,00 = € – per kg of damaged goods *

DSP 2,50 = € – per kg of damaged goods *

* D.S.P.

It is a conventional currency created by the International Monetary Fund whose exchange rate is balanced in relation to a “basket” of currencys of different Countries taking part at least in the 1% of the mundial trade. Its countervalue in Italian Liras is indicated in the rates and real indicators table (in the page of the currency and monetary markets of “Il Sole 24 Ore”).

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