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Uniform Rules Concerning the Contract for International Carriage of Goods by Rail (CIM)

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Uniform Rules Concerning the Contract for International Carriage of Goods by Rail (CIM)

Title 1 - General Provisions

Article 1 - Scope

Article 2 - Exceptions from scope

Article 3 - Obligation to carry

Article 4 - Articles not acceptable for carriage

Article 5 - Articles acceptable for carriage subject to conditions

Article 6 - Tariffs. Private agreements

Article 7 - Unit of Account. Rate of exchange or of acceptance of foreign currency

Article 8 - Special provisions for certain types of transport

Article 9 - Supplementary provision

Article 10 - National law

Title II - Making and Execution of the Contract of Carriage

Article 11 - Making of the contract of carriage

Article 12 - Consignment note

Article 13 - Wording of the Consignment Note

Article 14 - Route and tariffs applicable

Article 15 - Payment of charges

Article 16 - Interest in delivery

Article 17 - Cash on delivery and disbursements

Article 18 - Responsibility for particulars furnished in the consignment note

Article 19 - Condition, packing and marking of goods

Article 20 - Handing over of goods for carriage and loading of goods

Article 21 - Verification

Article 22 - Ascertainment of weight and number of packages

Article 23 - Overloading

Article 24 - Surcharges

Article 25 - Documents for completion of administrative formalities. Custom seals

Article 26 - Completion of Administrative Formalities

Article 27 - Transit periods

Article 28 - Delivery

Article 29 - Correction of charges

Title III - Modification of the contract of carriage

Article 30 - Modification by the consignor

Article 31 - Modification by the consignee

Article 32 - Execution of subsequent orders

Article 33 - Circumstances preventing carriage

Article 34 - Circumstances preventing delivery

Title IV - Liability

Article 35 - Collective responsibility of railways

Article 36 - Extent of liability

Article 37 - Burden of Proof

Article 38 - Presumption in case of reconsignment

Article 39 - Presumption of loss of goods

Article 40 - Compensation for loss

Article 41 - Liability for wastage in transit

Article 42 - Compensation for damage

Article 43 - Compensation for exceeding the transit period

Article 44 - Compensation in case of wilful misconduct or gross negligence

Article 45 - Limitation of compensation under certain tariffs

Article 46 - Compensation in case of interest in delivery

Article 47 - Interest on compensation

Article 48 - Liability in respect of rail-sea traffic

Article 49 - Liability in case of nuclear incidents

Article 50 - Liability of the railway for its servants

Article 51 - Other actions

Title V - Assertion of Rights

Article 52 - Ascertainment of partial loss or damage

Article 53 - Claims

Article 54 - Persons who may bring an action against the railway

Article 55 - Railways against which an action may be brought

Article 56 - Competence

Article 57 - Extinction of right of action against the railway

Article 58 - Limitation of action

Title VI - Relations between Railways

Article 59 - Settlement of accounts between railways

Article 60 - Recourse in case of loss or damage

Article 61 - Recourse in case of exceeding the transit period

Article 62 - Procedure for recourse

Article 63 - Competence for recourse

Article 64 - Agreements concerning recourse

Title VII - Exceptional Provisions

Article 65 - Temporary derogations

Article 66 - Derogations

ANNEX I - (Articles 4 and 5)

Annex I

ANNEX II - (Article 8, 1)

Annex II

ANNEX III - (Article 8, 2)

Annex III

ANNEX IV - (Article 8, 3)

Annex IV

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

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