Volume 33 (2008) / Issue 4/5
This article discusses the liability of the carrier of goods by air under the Montreal Convention 1999. It deals with some of the more eye–catching changes, like the basis of liability and the (im)possibility of breaking the limits. Also, a number of subjects are covered where, in the author’s view, the Montreal Convention should have introduced new rules (the interpretation of the term ‘damage’) or should have clarified existing case law (right to sue and exclusivity).
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