What would be the effect (in carriage of goods law) of failing to maintain proper cargo records, e. g. of ventilation or temperatures?

Under the Hague or Hague-Visby Rules, possible loss of defences to cargo claims. The rules require the carrier to show evidence (e. g. by means of cargo temperature or ventilation records) that he has “properly and carefully ” cared for the cargo.

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