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Particulars to be contained in a document in the case

11th July 1969, Page 23
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

of a German goods vehicle brought temporarily into Great Britain which is used for or in connection with any trade or business carried on by the user of the vehicle.

1. The place at which and the date on which the document was made Out; 2, The name and address of the carrier and an accurate description of the nature of his business: 3. If the goods are to be accepted from, or delivered to, any other person. the name and address of rhatother perSon and an accurate description of the nature of his business; 4, The loading point or points; 5. The unloading pointor points; 6 The natureof the load: load:

8. gross weight or other indication of quantity, of the 8d: B. The carrying capacity of the vehicle, by weight:

9. The index mark and registration number of the vehicle, or if those do not exist, the number of the chassis; 10. The distance of loaded journey in Great Britain, in kilometres; 11. The point or points at which the vehicle will enter and leave Great Britain and 1

12 Thesignature of the carrier or his authorized representative.

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