Bill’s of Lading Implication in International Trade

Luh Putu Sudini, Ni Wayan Sitiari, Ni Putu Pertamawati


Development of international law is rapidly increased which gives impact to the world economy, particularly on international trade. Bills of Lading is one of the important documents of the letter of credit (L/C) as a means of payment transactions for the exporters and importers to reduce the liability for risks that may arise in international trade. In the practice of international trade, bills of lading based on the International Convention Brussels, August 26, 1924 via the Haque Rules 1924.In Indonesia, bills of lading settings can be viewed through the provision of Article 506 Book of the Law of Commercial Law (Commercial code), Article 613, 1320 s / d 1338 Civil Code, Article 25 paragraph (1) Law no. 11 of 1995 on Excise and deregulation as well as government policies such as: Active Learning, 1986, 1987 This package, PAKTO and PAKNO 1988, coupled with the principle and the principle of GATT / WTO which has been ratified by Indonesia.

Keywords: Bills of Lading; International Trade, and Indonesia.

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