A receipt for goods issued by a carrier bearing a notation that the outward containers or the goods have been damaged.
A carrier-issued receipt indicating that transported merchandise was damaged when received. Compare with Clean Bill of Lading.
A receipt for goods issued by a carrier with an indication that the goods were damaged when received. Compare Clean bill of lading.
A receipt for goods with the indication that they were received damaged or short in quantity.
A bill of lading which has been qualified by the carrier to show that the goods were not sound when loaded. Usually termed a "dirty" bill of lading.
A bill of lading issued with notations on it which limit the carrier's liability; for example, a notation that the goods were received damaged, or short, or improperly packaged.
A receipt issued by a carrier to the exporter making use of its services which, to reduce the carrier's liability, notes that the goods were in some way damaged, short in quantity, or improperly packaged.