Section 794. Carrier Responsibility for Failure to Transport Vehicles and the Sender for Non-Use of Filed Vehicles.

1. The carrier for failure to supply vehicles for the carriage of cargo in accordance with the accepted application (order) or other contract, and the sender for other reasons not responsible for the cargo or non-use of the supplied vehicles for other reasons are responsible, established by transport charters and codes, as well as by agreement of the parties. 2. The carrier and consignor of the cargo shall be released from liability in the event of non-provision of vehicles or non-use of the supplied vehicles if this is due to: force majeure, as well as other spontaneous phenomena (fires, drifts, floods) and military actions; termination or restriction of the carriage of goods in certain directions, established in the manner prescribed by the relevant transport charter or code; in other cases stipulated by transport charters and codes.

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References to other articles of chapter 40. Shipping:
Article 784. General provisions for carriage.
Article 785. Contract for the carriage of goods.
Article 786. The contract of carriage of a passenger.
Article 787. Chartering contract.
Article 788. Direct mixed message.
Article 789. Transportation by public transport.
Article 790. Freight.
Article 791. The supply of vehicles, loading and unloading of cargo.
Article 792. Terms of delivery of cargo, passenger and baggage.
Article 793. Responsibility for violation of obligations on transportation.
Article 795. Responsibility of a carrier for delay in departure of a passenger.
Article 796. The carrier’s liability for the loss, shortage and damage (or deterioration) of cargo or baggage.
Article 797. Claims and claims for the carriage of goods.
Article 798. Contracts on the organization of transportation.
Article 799. Contracts between transport organizations.
Article 800. Responsibility of the carrier for causing harm to the life or health of the passenger.