Provisions for household goods, personal effects or military baggage apply only on second-hand (used) household or personal effects such as clothing, personal property, furniture or furnishings for residence with not to exceed one piano. There may also be included not to exceed one second-hand (used) motor vehicle. Provisions do not apply on articles of extraordinary value, nor on goods shipped for sale or speculation. Other than shipments moving under the U.S. Department of Defense Personal Property Program. For provisions applicable to household goods, personal effects or military baggage moving under the U.S. Department of Defense Personal Property Program, see item 100250. Each article released to a value not exceeding $0.10 per pound, Unless otherwise provided in individual participating carriers' tariffs, articles moving under the provisions of item 100240 shall only be accepted subject to a maximum liability per article of $0.10 per pound. If shipper fails to declare a value, or declares a value per article in excess of $0.10 per pound, shipment will not be accepted, but if the shipment is inadvertently accepted, it will be considered as being released to a value not exceeding $0.10 per pound per article and the shipment will move subject to such limitation of liability. In no instance will carriers' liability exceed the actual value of the article lost or damaged:
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