A carrier's delivery order (negotiable document) is used for splitting a B/L (after surrender) in different parcels and has the same function as a B/L. The authorization of the entitled party for the shipment to a party other than the consignee showed on the Air Waybill (air cargo).
An order from the owner of goods lying at a warehouse, dock, or wharf, requesting the superintendent to deliver either the whole, or a portion of the goods, to the bearer of the order, or the party named thereon by endorsement.
A document or other action which initiates a delivery of goods, services, or construction authorized by a contracting officer or authorized government official, under an existing contract which establishes terms, price and source of supply.
A document according to which the import cargo named on it is authorized to be released. It is issued by or on behalf of the carrier. In aircargo delivery order refers to the authorization of the party entitled to a shipment to a party which is not shown on the Air Waybill by the consignee.
A document authorizing delivery to a nominated party of goods in the care of a third party. Can be issued by a carrier on surrender of a bill of lading and then used by the merchant to transfer title by endorsement.
A written, signed and dated order to deliver merchandise, which may be issued to or by a warehouse, a railroad company, a steamship company or airline, or anyone who has authority and legal right to claim or order delivery of goods.
A written and signed document prepared by the owner of merchandise (or his agent) directing a party holding such merchandise (usually a warehouse company) to release or ship the merchandise to a specified party.
Data given to each member of the Stock Exchange at the end of a settlement period containing particulars such as number of shares, value of shares, names of the receiving members etc. to enable him to deliver such shares in time.