(d) the declared value of the goods and the amount of interest in their delivery; 3. Subject to paragraph 2, the suspension of the statute of limitations is subject to the provisions of the applicable law before the court before the case. The same applies to the interruption of the statute of limitations. (f) Section 48, paragraphs 1 and 2 notifications and notifications. In cases under section 14, paragraph 1, and section 15, the carrier may, without delay, unload the goods on behalf of the authorized person; after this unloading, the transport is deemed complete. The carrier then takes over the monitoring of the goods. However, it may entrust the goods to a third party and is only responsible for the appropriate choice of that person. The goods must be paid for the payments of the car letter and any other cost. (c) if it is not possible to determine which of the air carriers should be held liable, the burden of compensation due is distributed among all air carriers in the report in point a.b). 1. However, where a vehicle containing goods is transported on parts of the road by sea, rail, river or air, without transloading, with the exception of the possible application of Article 14, this agreement applies to all transport. However, if it is shown that the disappearance, damage or delay in the supply of goods produced during transport by a mode of transport other than the road is not due to an act or omission of the carrier by road, but that it is a fact that could have occurred only during and as a result of transport other than the road.
, the carrier`s liability by road is not determined by this agreement. , but how liability of a non-road carrier would be established if the transport contract between the shipper and that carrier for the transport of goods itself had been concluded in accordance with the applicable legislation relating to the transport of goods by a mode of transport other than the road. However, in the absence of such provisions, the liability of the trucking operator is established by this agreement. (k) a declaration that transport, which is not subject to a contrary clause, is subject to the provisions of this agreement. . Unless it is a counterclaim or a means of redress in an action based on the same transport contract, a liability action in the event of loss, damage or delay of delivery can only be brought against the first carrier, the last carrier or the carrier that carries out the part of the transport during which the event resulting in the disappearance occurred. , caused damage or delays in delivery; the action may be brought simultaneously against several of these carriers. (b) the dates on which this agreement enters into force in accordance with Article 43; 1. The carrier is not entitled to the provisions of this chapter that exclude or limit its liability or transfer the burden of proof to the other party if the damage is caused by the carrier`s premeditation or negligence, which is considered accidental by the law in force instead of the legal proceedings.