Volume III: Private International Law | Chapter 26 (1996): Transport by Sea and Inland Waterways
Completed January 1994
A. The Conventions
39. Introduction. – The international conventions of note are those known as the Hague Rules, the Hague/Visby Rules and the Hamburg Rules.
The way in which one of the conventions applies to a particular case depends on the lex fori. If the forum state is party to the Rome
Convention,1 the uniform regime applies nonetheless, as art. 7 par. 2 provides…