The following documents are used in connection with the warehousing.
It is a document issued in favour of the owner or depositor of goods by the warehouse keeper. This is a document of title of goods and can be transferred by simple endorsement and delivery. To transfer all the goods the warehouse warrant is sufficient. If only a part of the goods are to be transferred then delivery order is needed. The delivery order is to be accompanied by the warehouse warrant.
It is a document issued by the warehouse keeper, which acknowledges the receipt of goods from the depositor of goods. It also shows the existence of an agreement to keep the goods in the warehouse subject to certain conditions. This is not a document of title of goods and is not transferable.
Dock is a place in the harbor where the goods are kept for loading into the ship. Dock warrant is a document of title of goods issued by dock authorities. This document certifies that the dock authorities hold the goods. To take delivery of the goods this certificate should be given back to dock authorities. The right of getting delivery of goods can be assigned to third parties too.
Dock receipt is an acknowledgement of receipt of goods issued by dock authorities to the owner of the goods. It is not a document of title of goods. Therefore, the right of taking of delivery of goods cannot be transferred.
This is a document through which the depositor directs the warehouse keeper to deliver the specified goods either to the party mentioned in the document or to the bearer. The warehouse keeper delivers the goods as per the instruction. Transfer of ownership takes place through this document.