A Contribution to Recognising Carrier's Liability in International Carriage by Air and Sea
AbstractThe paper presents the provisions of the part of MontrealConvention which refers to the air carriers' liability regardingdamage to passengers and luggage, with the intention of indicatingthe possible influence of this Convention on the equal liabilityin maritime carriage, settled by the recent changes of theAthens Convention on the carriage of passengers and their luggageby sea. The provisions of these documents are comparedregarding the basic principles of the carrier's liability and theamount of liability for the damage, showing both some similaritiesand some differences in the carriage of passengers by air, i.e.by sea.
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