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Bill of lading

A contract between an exporter and a transportation company in which the latter agrees to transport the goods under specified conditions that limit its liability. It is the exporter's receipt for the goods as well as proof that goods have been or will be received.

Bill of Lading

A document in which a seller agrees to use a certain transportation to ship a good to a certain location. The bill of lading details the type, quality, and quantity of the good. It also serves as the receipt upon arrival at the destination.

bill of lading

a document used to ship internationally traded goods that gives the holder (the consignee) the right to take possession of the goods. The bill of lading gives details of the goods shipped, the identification marks and numbers on crates, etc., the name of the ship, ports of embarkation and destination, rate of freight, etc. Bills of lading are drawn up by shipowners, the original being sent to the consignee with copies being retained by the captain of the ship and the FREIGHT FORWARDER. See EXPORTING.
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In integrated analyses of type 2 diabetes clinical trials compared to glargine, more patients taking BIL had a mean increase from baseline in the liver enzyme ALT at 52 weeks (mean difference between treatment groups: 7.
Based on the above, it would appear that using the individual asset method allows for A's $60 BIL to be duplicated and transferred to Newco, in direct conflict with Sec.
Additionally, in both studies, patients taking BIL had an increase in the liver enzyme ALT (alanine aminotransferase).
The ratings of BIL will remain under review with negative implications pending further discussions with management and completion of its sale to RiverStone Holdings Limited.
BIL has further revealed that they are unable to give any promise that any offering will happen in a timely manner or at all .
734(d) at the time of an ownership transfer or a substantial BIL under Sec.
AJCA Section 833(b) and (c) mandate a basis step-down in partnership assets if a "substantial" BIL (or a substantial basis reduction) exists when a partnership interest is transferred (or liquidated).
The trials, in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, showed consistent superiority of HbA1c for BIL against comparators.
Thus, any remaining BIL is eliminated if the contributing partner disposes of his or her interest.
The ratings of BIL and BIHNV had been placed under review with negative implications following the announcement of a recommended cash offer for BIHNV by Achilles Netherlands Holding B.
Having met the primary endpoints, superiority for HbA1c lowering was examined and, in all three trials, BIL showed a statistically superior reduction in HbA1c compared with insulin glargine.