malihehhosseini
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posted 2 years ago
Shipping goods to India
Our company provide exporters and importers with shipping containers to transport their goods. We have rented out three containers to an Iranian company to export a large consignment of apples to India. They made a contract with a sea shipping company and have sent the goods to India, but the Indian buyer refused to accept the goods claiming that the apples are second-rate. Now, Neither the seller nor the buyer takes the responsibility and those three containers belonging to our company got stuck there. Could you please advise me.
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  • Commercial and Business Law
  • Contract
  • Shipping and Maritime
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anjeev.pandey
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posted 2 years ago
Contact a Customs Clearing Agent at the port where the container is stuck for a speedy result.
shayak
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posted 2 years ago
You have a cause of action against the seller since you entered into contract with the seller, not the buyer. Thus, the claim you have would be against the seller.
patnaiksv
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posted 2 years ago
Take the Certificate of Dissertation and No objection letters of Dissertation from the seller (Exporter)Purchaser (Importer) and release the Containers on Ex-Bond from Port Customs Department and put on for Auction Sale. With kind regards, S.Venkateswar Patnaik, High Court Advocate, Bhubaneswar, Odisha India Mobile No📱📞+918480613309
ali
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posted 2 years ago
Your contract is with the Iranian company and it's irrelevant of your business wether the goods are accepted or not. Contact the Iranian company for the remedy. If they don't accept, hire a lawyer. For this, my law firm in Tehran can help you. ZakVocates.com