Definition of "COGSA"
  1. Carriage of Goods by Sea Act: a U.S. federal law enacted in 1936 that standardizes the accountability of a carrier in relation to the carrier's bill of lading, implementing The Hague Rules in the U.S.
How to use "COGSA" in a sentence
  1. Under COGSA, the carrier's responsibility was standardized in case of damages.
  2. The shipping company was deemed liable for the loss of cargo under COGSA.
  3. COGSA provided a standard accountability scheme for transoceanic transportation.

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