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CMR Konvencija

Podrucje primene CMR konvencija primenju se samo ukoliko je zemlja potpisala i prihvatila istu. Primenjuje se samo na drumski saobracaj, cak i ako vozila promene vise drzava. Ukoliko se robi nesto desi van drumskog saobracaja, to je regulisano posebnim ugovorom. Osobe za koje odgovara prevoznik 1. Prevoznik odgovara za sopstvene propuste, propuste svog osoblja kao i svih drugih lica koje u njegovoj sluzbi ucestvuju u prevozu robe. 2. Ako slucajno prevoznik ili osoba koja za njega vrsi prevoz izgubi CMR list, i dalje se primenjuju sva pravila ove konvencije. Podrazumeva se da CMR treba da bude sastavljen u 3 primerka i da na njemu bude napisano sve ono sto CMR treba da sadrzi. 3. Za sve propuste oko netacnosti i nepravilno popunjenog CMRa odgovara posiljalac, sa tim da je prevoznik duzan da proveri tacnost podataka i da u polje primedbe unese bilo koju nepravilnost. Ako u tovarnom listu nema primedbe, pretpostavka je da su roba i njena ambalaza u momentu kada ih je prevoznik preuzeo bile u dobrom spoljnom stanju. 4. Radi ispunjenja carinskih i drugih formalnosti, posiljalac treba prevozniku uz CMR, da preda i sva ostala potrebna dokumenta. S tim da, prevoznik nije duzan da ispita tacnost ovih dodatnih dokumenata. Prevoznik samo odgovara za netacnu upotrebu dokumenata koja su mu predata. 5. Posiljalac ima pravo da raspolaze robom, da trazi od prevoznika da obustavi prevoz ili da izmeni mesto isporuke, ali to pravo prestaje da vazi onog momenta kad je drugi primerak CMRa predat primaocu. Tada se prevoznik podvrgava nalozima primaoca. 6. Kada roba stigne na odrediste i tamo se ustanovi gubitak ili ostecenje, primalac robe ima mogucnost da prema prevozniku istakne svoja prava koja proisticu iz ugovora o prevozu. 7. Ako se ispostavi, da iz bilo kog razloga, nije moguce, ispostaviti robu, onako kako je predvidjeno CMRom, prevoznik je duzan, da od lica,…...

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