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U.S. Coast Guard Freight Loss and Damage Claim System - CI_4610_60001
Discussion-cont. - CI_4610_60002
Policy - CI_4610_60003
Acceptance or Rejection of Goods.
Evaluating Factual Information and Evidence. - CI_4610_60005
Changes - CI_4610_60006
Determination of Liability
Terms of the Contract of Carriage.
Exceptions to Rules of Carrier Liability.
Act or Fault of the Shipper.
Defect in or Inherent Vice of the Property.
Examples of Common Faults of the Shipper.
Government Liability and Responsibility.
Evaluating Factual Information and Evidence. - CI_4610_60014
Measure of Loss and Damage-Determination of Value
Depreciation of Property.
Mitigation of Damages.
Property Conditions Affecting Value.
Carrier's Replacement of Damaged Property.
Prevention of Loss of Identity at a Repair Facility.
Repair Costs Charged by Military Facilities With a Cost Accounting System.
Property on Which Repairs Will Be Estimated.
Property Not To Be Immediately Repaired.
Disposition or Salvage of Damaged Property
Damages-cont. - CI_4610_60033
Damages-cont. - CI_4610_60034
Distribution of the TDR for Claim Action
Glossary - CI_4610_60036
Glossary-cont. - CI_4610_60037
Example of Pre-Shipment Value Statement
Example of Repair Costs (Direct and Indirect) by Military Facility without a Cost Accounting System
Table 1. Initiating and Distributing the TDR when a Carrier is responsible for Loss
Responsibility for Reporting TDR Amendatory Actions and Carrier Protests to the OFA
U.S. Coast Guard Freight Loss and Damage Claim System - index
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