Lading And Transfer Document
Received at point of origin on this date from the shipper, the goods herein described, in
apparent good order, consigned and destined as indicated below, which the carrier agrees to
carry and deliver to the consignee at the destination if on its own route, other wise to deliver
to another carrier on the route to the destination. It is agreed as to each carrier of all or any of
the goods over all or any portion of the route to destination, and as to each party at any time interested in all or any of the goods, that every service to be performed
hereunder shall be subject to all the conditions, whether printed or written, herein contained, including conditions on thereof, which are hereby agreed to by the shipper and
accepted for himself and his assigns.
Load Weight -Gross
. Yes _______ No_______
SOCA Producer #_________________________
Freight charges will be collected unless
Certified Clean Trailer
1. Liability of Carrier - The carrier of the goods herein described is liable for any loss
thereof or damage or injury thereto, except as herein provided.
Received above goods in good order:
2.Connecting carrier - Where shipments are handled by more than one carrier, the carrier
Issuing the bill of lading, in addition to any other liability hereunder, is liable for any loss,
damage or injury to the goods caused by or resulting from the act, neglect or default of
any other carrier to whom the goods are delivered and from which the other carrier is not
by the terms of the bill of lading relieved and the onus of proving that such loss, damage
or injury was not so caused and did not so result is upon the carrier issuing the bill of
lading. 3.Originating carrier - The carrier issuing the bill of lading is entitled to recover
from any other carrier to whom the goods are delivered in the course of their conveyance to their final destination the amount of the loss, damage or injury that the carrier
issuing the bill of lading may be required to pay hereunder caused by or resulting from the handling of the goods by the other carrier, if the carrier issuing the bill of lading is
not relieved therefrom by the terms of the bill of lading, and if the loss, damage or injury was not caused by the act, neglect or default of the carrier issuing the bill of lading,
subject to the onus set out in paragraph 2.
4.Remedy by shipper - Nothing in paragraph 2 or 3 deprives the holder of the bill of lading, or party entitled to the goods, of any remedy or right of action that he may have
against the carrier issuing the bill of lading or against the carrier.
5. Stoppage in transit - Where goods are stopped and held in transit at the request of the party entitled to request it, the goods are held at the risk of the owner.
1st Copy : Send to Destination with “Organic Product Certificate” 2 Copy : Mail to S.O.C.A. Box 2293 Tisdale Sask. S0E 1T0 3 Copy : Producer Copy