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海上運送狀에 관한 硏究

Title
海上運送狀에 관한 硏究
Alternative Title
A Study on Sea Waybill
Author(s)
孔得認著
Publication Year
2003
Publisher
한국해양대학교 대학원
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http://kmou.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002174082
http://repository.kmou.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/10686
Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to study Sea Waybill, the new transport document replacing the traditional Bill of Lading in international trade.


In a word, Sea Waybill is considered as a type of shipping document by revolution of transport and communication.


The high speed of ship and delay of document delivery occurs in international Trade and is named by ‘The Crisis of Bill of Lading by Sea'. It results in the appearance, increase and use of Sea Waybill.


After 1970, the use of Sea Waybill have been increased step by step. Sea Waybill was used at first in Europe. In North Atlantic line and Europe line, Sea Waybill use was 80% in 1996.


However, Sea Waybill use of east Asian Line including Korea is sluggish at about 15%.


What does make a difficulty in the use of Sea Waybill?


In the middle of various problems, the problem handling in this paper is concerned with the legislation of Sea Waybill.


In Korea, Any law about Sea Waybill is non-existed. So it is important to investigate this matter and find a lawful solution. This paper is composed of 5 chapters as follows
ChapterI introduces the purpose and scope of this research.


ChapterII reviews a general outline and kind of Bill of lading by Sea. It also shows the character of Sea Waybill and compares Sea Waybill and other transport document by Sea.


ChapterIII review the lawful situations of other countries and compare various conventions about Sea Waybill.


ChapterIV discuss the problems in using Sea Waybill on the commercial law and investigate the solutions of those problems.


As the conclusion, ChapterV summarizes the contents of each chapter and emphasizes the requirement of legislation relating to Sea Waybill.
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