How long does a carrier have to submit an invoice?
A carrier must issue any bill for charges in addition to those originally billed within 180 days of the receipt of the original bill in order to have the right to collect such charges.
What is a freight broker liable for?
Even though freight brokers play a limited role in the transportation of a good in interstate commerce, they can be found liable for the negligent acts and/or omissions of a motor carrier or its driver if they maintain a high level of control over the delivery, or provide the motor carrier the equipment needed to
Can a freight company hold your freight for non payment?
Section 7-307(1), a carrier has a lien on any shipment tendered to it until freight charges on that shipment have been paid. That is, it’s within its rights to hold the shipment and refuse to make delivery until you’ve ponied up what you owe it for moving that shipment, as the final line of your note to me recognizes.