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Quite small companies are actually in the business of moving goods for other people.

When anyone enters into a contract to move goods by road, he takes on certain legal liabilities towards the owner of them. The most common of these are known as the RHA 2007 Conditions, which were drawn up by the Road Haulage Association in 2007.

These are too long and complicated to publish in full here, but they cover: definitions of what constitutes a contract to move goods, just what is defined as goods in transit, rules for undelivered or unclaimed goods, loading and unloading, dangerous goods, charges, time limits for claims and liability for loss or damage to goods and the use of subcontractors.

It is clear from this list that professional help is essential to provide insurance cover against all these conditions. Several companies, however, have a routine road carriers liability policy. The responsibility of the carrier does not end with the RHA Conditions; there are also CMR which came into operation in 1956 between countries in Western Europe.

The conditions began to be applied in 2007 in the United Kingdom under the Carriage of Goods by Road Act of 2005 and they refer to every contract for the moving of goods between two countries, though not for movement inside one.


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Quite small companies are actually in the business of moving goods for other people.

When anyone enters into a contract to move goods by road, he takes on certain legal liabilities towards the owner of them. The most common of these are known as the RHA 2007 Conditions, which were drawn up by the Road Haulage Association in 2007.

These are too long and complicated to publish in full here, but they cover: definitions of what constitutes a contract to move goods, just what is defined as goods in transit, rules for undelivered or unclaimed goods, loading and unloading, dangerous... see: Business Cover - Insurance of partners or owners