Krovinių tarptautinio vežimo keliais teisinis reguliavimas.
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Article deals with the legal regulation of the international carriage of goods by road, mainly focussing on the provisions of 1956 Geneva Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR) as one of the main international instruments in the field of transport law. The scope of application of the CMR Convention, entering into a contract of carriage, conditions and peculiarities of the contract of carriage under the CMR Convention, differences between a contract of carriage and forwarding contract, parties to legal relation of carriage and legal significance of the consignment note are analysed in the article. Mandatory provisions of the CMR convention as well as peculiarities of their interpretation and application in judicial practice are analyzed individually. Author presents analysis of national law of Lithuania and judicial practice of Lithuanian courts related to the subject–matter, as well as peculiarities of legal regulation of carriage of goods by road in other states.
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