X hits on this document

Word document

MOTOR FREIGHT RULES CIRCULAR - page 29 / 31

70 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

29 / 31

29

Carrier does not employ property brokers or other intermediaries as its agents for the solicitation of shipments or the collection of freight charges. Carrier will invoice the shipper’s broker, bank or other agent for freight charges. Carrier reserves the right to bill and collect freight charges from the shipper on prepaid shipments or the consignee on collect shipments in the event full payment of freight charges is not received pursuant to third party billing.

A shipment in which charges are to be paid by a party other than the consignor or consignee will be accepted provided recourse to the consignor is preserved with the carrier picking the shipment up at origin. The consignor and consignee guarantee to pay the charges if the third party fails to do so in the time allotted under the applicable credit regulations. Any such shipment will not be accepted if the consignor executes a nonrecourse provision of the bill of lading.

Item 660

PRIORITY OF FREIGHT CHARGE OBLIGATION

When arrangements are made with intermediaries for transportation services provided by carrier and the intermediary in turn bills the shipper or beneficial owner of the goods for freight charges inclusive of carrier’s rates, the following rules shall apply:

(1)The intermediary will segregate money due owing to carrier from other accounts.

(2) Intermediary will pay carrier without offset from funds received and shall not         commingle, pledge, encumber or hypothecate funds received by it intended for payment of freight charges to carrier.

(3) When the arranger of transportation is a carrier or freight forwarder, a consecutive interline trust shall apply.

(4)When the arranger of transportation is a property broker, the regulations set forth at 49 C.F.R. §371 shall apply and monies received by the broker shall be segregated from its other assets and liabilities.

(5) In no event shall accounts receivable pledge or encumber by any intermediary be inclusive of freight charges billed by it to the extent those freight charges are due and owing to carrier.

Carrier preserves recourse for payment of all freight charges to the consignor, unless Section 7 of the STBOL is signed, and to the consignee unless prior notice is given that the consignee is not to be responsible for freight charges in accordance with to Section 7 of the STBOL.

ISSUED: June 25, 2008 EFFECTIVE: September 25, 2008

ISSUED BY:

Transportation Consultants Inc.

1000 Edwards Avenue

Harahan, LA 70123

504.734.0561

Fax 504.734.7901

Rules Circular 100

Item 670

Document info
Document views70
Page views70
Page last viewedWed Dec 07 13:34:13 UTC 2016
Pages31
Paragraphs1070
Words10034

Comments