The circumstances where a public carrier may refuge to take goods.
From the definition of a public carrier, it is evident that a public carrier will carry goods of all persons without any discrimination. But under the following cases he will refuse to carry goods:
- If there is lack of accommodation in the conveyance.
- If the goods are found to be dangerous.
- If the packing of the goods are not proper.
- If the goods are to be carried through non-regular routes.
- If the sender is reluctant to pay usual charges for carriage.
- If the carrier is not accustomed to carry those goods of usual type.