Non-negotiable Bill of Lading Law and Legal Definition
Non-negotiable bill of lading is a bill of lading which is not made negotiable by a provision that the goods are to be delivered only against an order in a record signed by the same or another named person. It is a bill of lading that states that the goods are consigned to a named person. [U.C.C. § 7-104].
Non-negotiable bill of lading is otherwise known as a straight bill of lading.
Legal Definition list
- Non-Moving Traffic Violation
- Non-Modifiable Alimony
- Non-Minority Individuals [Education]
- Non-metropolitan Area
- Non-metered License
- Non-negotiable Bill of Lading
- Non-North America-Domiciled Motor Carrier
- Non-Nuclear-Weapon State
- Non-Occupational Disability
- Non-Operating Environment [Aeronautics and Space]