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unclean bill of lading

noun [C]
 
 
( plural unclean bills of lading) ( also foul bill of lading, also dirty bill of lading) COMMERCE, TRANSPORT
a document showing the details of the products sent from a seller to a buyer that states that either the products or their containers are damaged: An unclean bill of lading is issued when it is determined that the packages are not in their original condition.
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