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A bill of lading indicating that the goods were received in apparent good order and condition. A clean bill is one which contains no notations of
defect, damage or loss, and is signed by the carrier or its authorised representative. Note that a clean bill does not have to have any positive affirmation or mention to the effect, e.g. clean bill or merchandise in good order. If a bill does contain a notation of damaged or missing merchandise, the bill of lading is called claused, foul or dirty.

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