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On Board Notation [Last Updated by: shahriar on 2012-01-01]
A notation that is either typed, stamped or written on a transport document indicating the date the goods were shipped on board. In certain circumstances, the on board notation may require further information such as the name of the vessel, the port of loading or, in a few cases, the port of discharge. The date of the on board notation is taken as the date of shipment for the purposes of determining compliance with any date of shipment stated in the credit.

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