bill of lading

Definition of "bill of lading"
  1. A written acknowledgment that goods are set to be transported, solidifying the receiver's right to claim the goods and outlining terms of the transportation
How to use "bill of lading" in a sentence
  1. The shipping company provided a bill of lading as proof of their agreement to transport the goods.
  2. After inspecting the packages, the carrier issued a bill of lading.
  3. She couldn't claim the shipped items without the appropriate bill of lading.

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