First, no, it does not release the holder from damage unless the cargo has been tendered. That is, if they have dropped off the trailer at the receiver location and the recipient has signed the BOL. This right of the issuer to such compensation shall not limit its liability or liability in the contract of carriage to any person other than the consignor. Until the seal has been altered or manipulated, the consignee or consignor may not challenge or make the carrier liable for the defect, since the carrier was not present at the time of packing the container and the carrier does not know what the consignor has loaded, stored or counted. The bill of lading shows the details provided by the sender, so the recipient must contact the sender to resolve this issue. .