Abbreviation for Bill of Lading. This document proves that a cargo transport agreement has been executed between the carrier and the shipper in ocean transport. This document proves that the cargo has been recieved and loaded on a ship, and is issued by the carrier upon request by the shipper. This can also be considered as securities in that holding B/L signifies a possession of a cargo written in the B/L.

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