Definition

Waybill

Waybill is non-negotiable transport document, issued for either ocean transport (sea waybill) or air transport (air waybill).

Webster Dictionary Meaning

1. Waybill
- A list of passengers in a public vehicle, or of the baggage or gods transported by a common carrier on a land route. When the goods are transported by water, the list is called a bill of lading.
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