2 edition of Federal liabilities of carriers found in the catalog.
Federal liabilities of carriers
Maurice G. Roberts
|Statement||by M.G. Roberts.|
|Contributions||Darnieder, Francis A., Culver, William W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xlvii, 2137 p.) ;|
|Number of Pages||2137|
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Get this from a library. Federal liabilities of carriers: a treatise upon the duties and liabilities of common carriers by railroads under all federal laws, with an appendix containing a copy of the federal statutes affecting railroads, and the general orders of the director general of railroads under the Federal Control Act of [M G Roberts].
The reason that the federal regulations place responsibility on the lessee motor carrier for the operation of the equipment is (1) to prevent carriers from avoiding safety regulations by the practice of leasing equipment from non-regulated carriers, (2) to promote highway safety by insuring that drivers furnished by exempt carriers as part of.
Federal liabilities of carriers; a treatise upon the duties and liabilities of common carriers by railroads under all federal laws, with an appendix containing a copy of the federal statutes affecting railroads, and the general orders of the director general of railroads under the Federal control act of by Roberts, Maurice G., Get this from a library.
Federal liabilities of carriers; a treatise upon the duties and liabilities of common carriers by railroad, under all federal laws, with appendixes containing the federal statutes affecting railroads, and the orders and rules of practice of the Interstate Commerce Commission.
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