Rule No. 105: LAWS AND PROVISIONS APPLICABLE

  1. Carriage hereunder is subject to the rules and limitations relating to liability by the Convention unless such carriage is not “international carriage” as defined by the Convention.
  2. To the extent not in conflict with the provisions of Paragraph (A) above, all carriage and other services performed by each Carrier are subject to:
    1. Applicable laws (including national laws implementing the Convention or extending the rules of the Convention to carriage which is not “international carriage” as defined in the Convention), government regulations, orders and requirements.
    2. This and other applicable tariffs, rules and regulations of Carrier may be inspected at any of its offices and at airports from which it operates regular services.
  3. For the purposes of the Convention, the agreed stopping places (which may be altered by Carrier in case of necessity) are those places, except the place of departure and the place of destination, set forth in the Air Waybill or shown in Carrier’s timetable as scheduled stopping places for the route.
  4. In the case of carriage subject to the Convention, the Shipper acknowledges that he has been given an opportunity to make a special declaration of the value of the cargo at acceptance of consignment by Carrier and that the sum entered on the face of the Air Waybill as Shipper’s “declared value for carriage”, if in excess the value of a national currency equivalent to the applicable regime’s Special Drawing Rights  per kilogram calculated in accordance with the method of valuation applied by the in effect at the date of the judgment, constitutes such special declaration of value.

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