Connecticut Laws - Title 41 Bills Of Lading

PARTS I-IV (2)(1-click HTML)

Secs. 41-1 to 41-46. (3)(1-click HTML)

Sections 41-1 to 41-46, inclusive, are repealed. (4)

Sec. 41-48. Issue of bill containing false statement. (5)(1-click HTML)

Any officer, agent or servant of a carrier who, with intent to defraud, issues or aids in issuing a bill for goods knowing that it contains any false statement shall, for each offense, be fined not more than one thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than one year or both. (6)

Sec. 41-49. Issue of duplicate bills not so marked. (7)(1-click HTML)

Any officer, agent or servant of a carrier, who, with intent to defraud, issues or aids in issuing a duplicate or additional negotiable bill for goods which constitutes an overissue and upon which the carrier may be liable under section 42a-7-402, knowing that a former negotiable bill for the same goods or any part thereof is outstanding and uncancelled, shall, for each offense, be fined not more than five thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than five years or both. (8)

Sec. 41-50. Negotiation of bill for mortgaged goods. (9)(1-click HTML)

Any person who ships goods to which he has no title or upon which there is a lien or mortgage, and who takes, for such goods, a negotiable bill which he afterwards negotiates, for value, with intent to deceive, and without disclosing his want of title or the existence of the lien or mortgage, shall, for each offense, be fined not more than one thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than one year or both. (10)

Sec. 41-51. Negotiation of bill when goods are not in the carrier's possession. (11)(1-click HTML)

Any person who, with intent to deceive, negotiates or transfers for value a bill, knowing that any or all of the goods which, by the terms of such bill, appear to have been received for transportation by the carrier which issued the bill are not in the possession or control of such carrier, or of a connecting carrier, without disclosing such fact, shall, for each offense, be fined not more than five thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than five years or both. (12)

Sec. 41-52. Inducing carrier to issue bill when goods have not been received. (13)(1-click HTML)

Any person who, with intent to defraud, secures the issue, by a carrier, of a bill, knowing that any or all of the goods described in such bill as received for transportation have not, at the time of such issue, been received by such carrier, or an agent of such carrier, or a connecting carrier, or are not under the carrier's control, by inducing an officer, agent or servant of such carrier falsely to believe that such goods have been received by such carrier or are under its control, shall, for each offense, be fined not more than five thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than five years or both. (14)

  

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