What is an accomplished bill of lading?

One of the set of original bills of lading which has been surrendered to the carrier’s agent (or to the ship’s master) at the discharge port and stamped “accomplished”, any freight and charges due having been paid, leaving the consignee or his receiver free to take delivery of the goods. The other bills in the set will then stand void, i. e. they will be of no value even if produced.

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