1. The airline does not accept cargo to the exclusion, unless it has been the subject of an explicit written agreement, provided the carrier has been informed in detail of that cargo. These terms and conditions for the transport of goods (hereafter referred to as “conditions”) apply to the transport of trucks, trailers and motor vehicles as well as other vehicles, cars, containers, etc., by the Polish Baltic Shipping Co., as well as other goods, excluding goods transported in violation of the “passenger transport contract” (including passenger vehicles). Freight transport by the Polish company Baltic Shipping Co. is subject only to these conditions, unless expressly agreed to the contrary in writing. The carrier reserves the right to accept or refuse certain goods for transportation. When a transport contract is concluded, negotiations are conducted by the shipper and the carrier, and the terms are set by the parties above. As a general rule, the transport contract with the carrier is executed either by the seller or by the buyer, according to the terms of the sales contract. However, in the shipping industry, the transport contract sometimes includes a clause under which the transfer is subject to the terms of the car letter, a document that will be issued unilaterally by the carrier at a later date. On the other hand, some car letters refer to the contract of transport of the terms of sale. It is therefore important to understand the relationship between transport contracts and car letters and the impact of these two documents on the transportation parties. A dispute between Fox Sports 1 and AT-T-verse in February 2015 provided a rare example of a partial blackout. When the parties failed to reach an agreement, the chain did not completely disappear from the occupation of the U-Verse.
Instead, the blackout has extended only to programming that has been added since its launch, including NASCAR events, major league soccer games and USGA golf events. FS1 stated that it only wanted to be paid for the added value provided. The additional charges were described as “unreasonable” at AT-T-verse.  The relationship between the transport contract and the B/L becomes a problem at times when there is a connection with the other.