AuthorJohn D. Holding, John S. Hoff
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assault by passenger, whether, 37, 38
death or bodily injur y caused by, 29
deep vein thrombosis, whet her, 36
def‌inition of, 29, 30
event externa l to the passenger,
whether, 35
in the course of operations of emb ark-
ing or disembarki ng, 38–41
intentional conduct, whet her, 36, 37
normal operatin g conditions, whether,
omission to act, whether, 34
related to air car riage, whether, 37
security s earch, during, 33
terrorist act, whe ther, 37
turbulence, whet her, 31
Agreed Stopping Place; see Intern ational
Air Carr iage
Air Carr iage, see International Air Car-
Air waybill. See Ca rgo
All (Reasonably) Necessa ry Measures, de-
fense of, see Baggage, Cargo, Death
and Bodily Injur y, Delay
Application of Conventions to Speci f‌ic
Carriage, 26
determination of r ules governing a
specif‌ic car riage, procedure for, 26
examples, 27
states partie s to conventions, see Ap-
pendix E
baggage tag, 51, 62
claims procedure for,
damage clai ms,
under Montreal Convention, 46
under Warsaw Convention, 60
delay claims,
under Montreal Convention, 50
under Warsaw Convention, 62
notice of claim for loss or non-
delivery of,
under Conventions, 46, 60
under carrie r’s tariff, 46, 60
defenses to liabilit y for damage to,
all necessar y measures (under
Warsaw Convention), 59
contributory negli gence,
under Montreal Convention, 4 4
under Warsaw Convention, 59
inherent defect (under Montrea l), 44
defenses to liabilit y for delay of,
all reasonably necessary measures
(under Montreal Convention), 50
all necessar y measures (under
Warsaw Convention), 61

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