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Here you will find the Blue Waters general conditions, and a selection of applicable laws in the field of transport and shippingindustrien the Basis for the uniform and international rules for the carriage of goods at sea was put back in with the adoption of the Hague rulesThese are later developed in by the Hague-Visby Rules, which today is regarded as the most used legal basis for the world's most important trade and maritime nations. A later modernization and increase of the shipowners liability has been attempted with a United nations-the adoption in by the Hamburg rules, but these are only adopted by a few countries. The latest attempt has been made with the Rotterdam convention from, which is now open for yet another extended rederansvar and not least the possibility of agreements on multimodal transport solutions, in which maritime transport is included. Most countries have incorporated the elements, in a greater or less extent, from these different conventions into their own bodies of legislation, so any discrepancy takes its point of departure in the member countries for accession or non-accession of the various legal rules. Accordance with maritime rules based in the Hague-Visby convention of, which was acceded to by Denmark the. Denmark has not acceded to the latest convention - Hamburg convention of - but the rules are incorporated in the current sølov to the extent that this is feasible due to the Hague-Visby convention. december, a new maritime transport convention, which is expected to be ratified by the most important commercial and maritime nations, and also in the foreseeable time will modernise The Danish Sølov's chapter thirteen, on the so-called stykgodstransport. The essential differences from the previous international søkonventioner is an improved legal status for ladningsejerne and an increased limitation of liability, and then put the rules up for an extended varetægtsperiode, as with maritime transport as the primary performance can be extended to a multimodal contract, that includes both for - and eftertransport with other means of transport. The Hamburg rules was adopted in at the behest of many developing countries, who would like a strengthening of the responsibility and a strengthening of the transportkøbernes interests. Herein lay, in particular, an extension of the companies liability from godsmodtagelse to godsudlevering, d. a break with the old tackle, two tackle-principle (from the side of the ship to the side of the ship). It failed to achieve the great support from the main trading nations, and in Denmark was The Hamburg rules only used for minor corrections in the national sølov. The hague-Visby rules was in an attempt to improve the ladningsejernes position in relation to the shipowner, and the rules eventually had great support in the bl. a. Europe With an unfortunate exception in terms of the USA A. is the Hague-Visby today probably the most widely used søretslige basis among the main trade and transportlande. With an additional protocol was the SDR (Special Drawing Rigths) introduced in, and this artificial currency is today the basis of assessment of damages not only on maritime transport but also for other modes of transport. Until, wrote the shipping companies, themselves out of all liability on the bills of lading and certepartier, then the Hague rules was an innovation, after all - in a limited extent - in favour of the owners, who had goods aboard the ships.