التزامات الشاحن في عقد النقل البحري للبضائع
The purpose of this research is to clarify the shipper's obligations and liability arising from the breach of these obligations, especially since they did not receive the same attention as the carrier's obligations and responsibilities. The Brussels Convention of 1924 and the Hamburg Rules did not address this issue in some detail. Some of the provisions relating to its obligation to provide correct data on dangerous goods to the carrier, and this does not mean that they do not have such obligations, as the provisions of the Conventions have assumed the existence of such obligations. The Rotterdam Convention in 2008 dealt with the issue of shipper's obligations in Chapter VII under the duties of the shipper vis-a-vis the carrier. For the Yemeni maritime legislations No. 15 of 1994 and Egyptian No. 8 of 1990, the provisions of the Rotterdam Convention. However, they did not specify a specific chapter of the shipper's obligations but provided provisions to address this issue in separate articles.The research was based on a comparative approach and a descriptive analytical approach, and The research ended with a set of conclusions and recommendations.
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