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KONVENCIJA PAR STARPTAUTISKO. AUTOPĀRVADĀJUMU LĪGUMU (CMR). Convention on the Contract for the International. Carriage of Goods by Road. Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road ( CMR) (Geneva, 19 ). Preamble. Chapter 1 - Scope of Application. Save this PDF as: LĪGUMU (CMR) Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR)" Šī Konvencija tiek piemērota katram līgumam par kravu pārvadājumiem ar autotransportu par atlīdzību, kad līgumā.


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The CMR Convention is a United Nations convention that was signed in Geneva on 19 . Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Par Konvencijas par kravu starptautisko autopārvadājumu līgumu (CMR) .. uz pārvadājumu līguma izpildi, uz kuru Konvencija tiek piemērota, var sastādīt. CMR. No Glavras via la Main Evaris oficer OSIGURANJA SOMBOR. Ordre om international IONAD TARPDI HOording to CMR Conventiori.

If the consignment note does not contain the statement specified in article 6, paragraph 1 k , the carrier shall be liable for all expenses, loss and damage sustained through such omission by the person entitled to dispose of the goods. Article 8 1. On taking over the goods, the carrier shall check: a The accuracy of the statements in the consignment note as to the number of packages and their marks and numbers, and b The apparent condition of the goods and their packaging.

Where the carrier has no reasonable means of checking the accuracy of e statements referred to in paragraph 1 a of this article, he shall enter his reservations in the consignment note together with the grounds on which they are based. He shall likewise specify the grounds for any reservations which he makes with regard to the apparent condition of the goods and their packaging, such reservations shall not bind the sender unless he has expressly agreed to be bound by them in the consignment note.

The sender shall be entitled to require the carrier to check the gross weight the goods or their quantity otherwise expressed.

He may also require the contents of the packages to be checked. The carrier shall be entitled to claim the cost of such checking.

The result of the checks shall be entered in the consignment note. Article 9 1. The consignment note shall be prima facie evidence of the making of the contract of carriage, the conditions of the contract and the receipt of the goods by the carrier. If the consignment note contains no specific reservations by the carrier, it shall be presumed, unless the contrary is proved, that the goods and their packaging appeared to be in good condition when the carrier took them over and that the number of packages, their marks and numbers corresponded with the statements in the consignment note.

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Article For the purposes of the Customs or other formalities which have to be completed before delivery of the goods, the sender shall attach the necessary documents to the consignment note or place them at the disposal of the carrier and shall furnish him with all the information which he requires.

The carrier shall not be under any duty to enquire into either the accuracy or the adequacy of such documents and information. The sender shall be liable to the carrier for any damage caused by the absence, inadequacy or irregularity of such documents and information, except in the case of some wrongful act or neglect on the part of the carrier.

The liability of the carrier for the consequences arising from the loss or incorrect use of the documents specified in and accompanying the consignment note or deposited with the carrier shall be that of an agent, provided that the compensation payable by the carrier shall not exceed that payable in the event of loss of the goods. Article The sender has the right to dispose of the goods, in particular by asking the carrier to stop the goods in transit, to change the place at which delivery is to take place or to deliver the goods to a consignee other than the consignee indicated in the consignment note.

This right shall cease to exist when the second copy of the consignment note is handed to the consignee or when the consignee exercises his right under article 13, paragraph 1; from that time onwards the carrier shall obey the orders of the consignee.

The consignee shall, however, have the right of disposal from the time when the consignment note is drawn up, if the sender makes an entry to that effect in the consignment note. If in exercising his right of disposal the consignee has ordered the delivery of the goods to another person, that other person shall not be entitled to name other consignees. When, by reason of the provisions of paragraph 5 b of this article, the carrier cannot carry out the instructions which he receives, he shall immediately notify the person who gave him such instructions.

A carrier who has not carried out the instructions given under the conditions provided for in this article or who has carried them out without requiring the first copy of the consignment note to be produced, shall be liable to the person entitled to make a claim for any loss or damage caused thereby.

Article After arrival of the goods at the place designated for delivery, the consignee shall be entitled to require the carrier to deliver to him, against a receipt, the second copy of the consignment note and the goods. If the loss of the goods established or if the goods have not arrived after the expiry of the period provided for in article 19, the consignee shall be entitled to enforce in his own name against the carrier any rights arising from the contract of carriage.

The consignee who avails himself of the rights granted to him under paragraph 1 of this article shall pay the charges shown to be due on the consignment note, but in the event of dispute on this matter the carrier shall not be required to deliver the goods unless security has been furnished by the consignee.

Article If for any reason it is or becomes impossible to carry out the contract in accordance with the terms laid down in the consignment note before the goods reach the place designated for delivery, the carrier shall ask for instructions from the person entitled to dispose of the goods in accordance with the provisions of article Nevertheless, if circumstances are such as to allow the carriage to be carried out under conditions differing from those laid down in the consignment note and if the carrier has been unable to obtain instructions in reasonable time the person entitled to dispose of the goods in accordance with the provisions of article 12, he shall take such steps as seem to him to be in the best interests the person entitled to dispose of 7 If the consignee refuses the goods the sender shall be entitled to dispose of them without being obliged to produce the first copy of the consignment note.

Even if he has refused the goods, the consignee may nevertheless require delivery so long as the carrier has not received instructions to the contrary from the sender. When circumstances preventing delivery of the goods arise after the consignee, in exercise of his rights under article 12, paragraph 3, has given an order for the goods to be delivered to another person, paragraphs 1 and 2 of this article shall apply as if the consignee were the sender and that other person were the consignee.

Article The carrier shall be entitled to recover the cost of his request for instructions and any expenses entailed in carrying out such instructions, unless such expenses were caused by the wrongful act or neglect of the carrier.

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In the cases referred to in article 14, paragraph 1, and in article 15, the carrier may immediately unload the goods for account of the person entitled to dispose of them and thereupon the carriage shall be deemed to be at an end. The carrier shall then hold the goods on behalf of the person so entitled.

He may, however, entrust them to a third party, and in that case he shall not be under any liability except for the exercise of reasonable care in the choice of such third party.

The charges due under the consignment note and all other expenses shall remain chargeable against the goods.

The carrier may sell the goods, without awaiting instructions from the person entitled to dispose of them, if the goods are perishable or their condition warrants such a course, or when the storage expenses would be out of proportion to the value of the goods.

He may also proceed to the sale of the goods in other cases if after the expiry of a reasonable period he has not received from the person entitled to dispose of the goods instructions to the contrary which he may reasonably be required to carry out. If the goods have been sold pursuant to this article, the proceeds of sale, after deduction of the expenses chargeable against the goods, shall be placed at the disposal of the person entitled to dispose of the goods.

The procedure in the case of sale shall be determined by the law or custom of the place where the goods are situated. Chapter IV - Liability of the Carrier Article The carrier shall be liable for the total or partial loss of the goods and for damage thereto occurring between the time when he takes over the goods and the time of delivery, as well as for any delay in delivery. The carrier shall, however, be relieved of liability if the loss, damage or delay was caused by the wrongful act or neglect of the claimant, by the instructions of the claimant given otherwise than as the result of a wrongful act or neglect on the part of the carrier, by inherent vice of the goods or through circumstances which the carrier could not avoid and the consequences of which he was unable to prevent.

The carrier shall not be relieved of liability by reason of the defective condition of the vehicle used by him in order to perform the carriage, or by reason of the wrongful act or neglect of the person from whom he may have hired the vehicle or of the agents or servants of the latter.

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Subject to article 18, paragraphs 2 to 5, the carrier shall be relieved of liability when the loss or damage arises from the special risks inherent in one more of the following circumstances: a Use of open unsheeted vehicles, when their use has been expressly agreed and specified in the consignment note; b The lack of, or defective condition of packing in the case of goods which, by their nature, are liable to wastage or to be damaged when not packed or when not properly packed; c Handling, loading, stowage or unloading of the goods by the sender, the consignee or person acting on behalf of the sender or the consignee; d The nature of certain kinds of goods which particularly exposes them to total or partial loss or to damage, especially through breakage, rust, decay, desiccation, leakage, normal wastage, or the action of moth or vermin; e Insufficiency or inadequacy of marks or numbers on the packages; f The carriage of livestock.

Panta 4. Article The burden of proving that loss, damage or delay was due to one of the specified in article 17, paragraph 2, shall rest upon the carrier. When the carrier establishes that in the circumstances of the case, the loss damage could be attributed to one or more of the special risks referred to in article 17, paragraph 4, it shall be presumed that it was so caused.

The claimant shall, however, be entitled to prove that the loss or damage was not, in fact, attributable either wholly or partly to one of these risks. This presumption shall not apply in the circumstances set out in article 17, paragraph 4 a , if there has been an abnormal shortage, or a loss of any package.

This Protocol shall be open for signature at Geneva from 27 to 30 May inclusive and after this date, at United Nations Headquarters in New York until 30 June inclusive.

This Protocol shall be subject to ratification by signatory States and open for accession by non-signatory States, referred to in paragraph 1 of this article, which are Parties to the Convention.

Such States as may participate in certain activities of the Economic Commission for Europe in accordance with paragraph 11 of the Commission's terms of reference and which have acceded to the Convention may become Parties to this Protocol by acceding thereto after its entry into force.

Ratification or accession shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument with the Secretary-General of the United Nations. Any instrument of ratification or accession, deposited after the entry into force of an amendment to this Protocol adopted in accordance with the provisions of Article 13 hereafter, shall be deemed to apply to the Protocol as modified by the amendment.

Article 8 Entry into force 1. This Protocol shall enter into force on the ninetieth day after five of the States referred to in article 7, paragraph 3, of this Protocol, have deposited their instruments of ratification or accession.

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For any State ratifying or acceding to it after five States have deposited their instruments of ratification or accession, this Protocol shall enter into force on the ninetieth day after the said State has deposited its instrument of ratification or accession. Article 9 Denunciation 1. Denunciation shall take effect 12 months after the date of receipt by the Secretary-General of the notification of denunciation.

Any State which ceases to be Party to the Convention shall on the same date cease to be Party to this Protocol. Article 10 Termination If, after the entry into force of this Protocol, the number of Parties is reduced, as a result of denunciations, to less than five, this Protocol shall cease to be in force from the date on which the last of such denunciations takes effect.

It shall also cease to be in force from the date on which the Convention ceases to be in force. Article 11 Dispute Any dispute between two or more Parties relating to the interpretation or application of this Protocol which the Parties are unable to settle by negotiation or other means may, at the request of any one of the Parties concerned, be referred for settlement to the International Court of Justice.

Article 12 Reservations 1. Any State may, at the time of signing, ratifying, or acceding to this Protocol, declare by a notification addressed to the Secretary-General of the United Nations that it does not consider itself bound by article 11 of this Protocol. Other Parties shall not be bound by article 11 of this Protocol in respect of any Party which has entered such a reservation.

The declaration referred to in paragraph 1 of this article may be withdrawn at any time by a notification addressed to the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

No other reservation to this Protocol shall be permitted. Article 13 Amendments 1. Once this Protocol is in force, it may be amended according to the procedure defined in this article. The Parties to this Protocol shall make all possible efforts to achieve consensus.

If, despite these efforts, consensus is not reached on the proposed amendment, it shall require, as a last resort, for adoption a two-thirds majority of Parties present and voting. A proposed amendment adopted either by consensus or by a two-thirds majority of Parties shall be submitted by the secretariat of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe to the Secretary-General to be circulated for acceptance to all Parties to this Protocol, as well as to signatory States.

Within a period of nine months from the date on which the proposed amendment is communicated by the Secretary-General, any Party may inform the Secretary-General that it has an objection to the amendment proposed.

The proposed amendment shall be deemed to have been accepted if, by the end of the period of nine months foreseen in the preceding paragraph, no objection has been notified by a Party to this Protocol. If an objection is stated, the proposed amendment shall be of no effect. In the case of a country which becomes a Contracting Party to this Protocol between the moment of notification of a proposal for amendment and the end of the nine-month period foreseen in paragraph 4 of this article, the secretariat of the Working Party on Road Transport of the Economic Commission for Europe shall notify the new State Party about the proposed amendment as soon as possible.

The latter may inform the Secretary-General before the end of this period of nine months that it has an objection to the proposed amendment.

The Secretary-General shall notify, as soon as possible, all the Parties of objections raised in accordance with paragraphs 4 and 6 of this Article as well as of any amendment accepted according to paragraph 5 above. Any amendment deemed to have been accepted shall enter into force six months after the date of notification of such acceptance by the Secretary-General to Parties.Article XV If a Contracting Party has two or more territorial units in which different systems of law apply in relation to matters respecting the form of wills, any reference to the internal law of the place where the will is made or to the law under which the authorized person has been appointed to act in connection with international wills shall be construed in accordance with the constitutional system of the Party concerned.

If, despite these efforts, consensus is not reached on the proposed amendment, it shall require, as a last resort, for adoption a two-thirds majority of Parties present and voting. Ratification or accession shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument with the Secretary-General of the United Nations. This presumption shall not apply in the circumstances set out in article 17, paragraph 4 a , if there has been an abnormal shortage, or a loss of any package.

Valsts prezidents V. He may also proceed to the sale of the goods in other cases if after the expiry of a reasonable period he has not received from the person entitled to dispose of the goods instructions to the contrary which he may reasonably be required to carry out.

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The procedure in the case of sale shall be determined by the law or custom of the place where the goods are situated. Article 7 1.

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