International Trade Law 6th New edition [Pehme köide]

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  • Ilmumisaeg: 27-Nov-2017
  • Kirjastus: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 1138684368
  • ISBN-13: 9781138684362
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  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 748 pages, kõrgus x laius: 248x171 mm, kaal: 1383 g, 11 Tables, black and white; 32 Illustrations, black and white
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  • Kirjastus: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 1138684368
  • ISBN-13: 9781138684362
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International Trade Law offers a clear overview of the complexities of an international sale transaction through informed analysis of case law, legislation, and international conventions and rules. Fully updated with changes to the law and new directions in legal debate, this new edition considers:

  • Standard trade terms including INCOTERMS 2010, the Convention on International Sales of Goods 1980 and the UNIDROIT Principles for International Commercial Contracts
  • E-Commerce issues, including electronic bills of lading
  • Insurance and payment mechanisms, such as letters of credit and the UCP 600
  • International transportation of cargo, including the Rotterdam Rules
  • Dispute resolution (including jurisdiction, applicable law, arbitration and mediation), with particular reference to the relevant EU regulations and the developing case-law thereon
  • Corruption and anti-corruption conventions, including the UK Bribery Act 2010 and developments relating to deferred prosecution agreements

In addition to clarifying a range of topics through tables and diagrams, the book directs readers to relevant further reading and online resources throughout, offering students an accessible resource to this often challenging area of the law.

Table of cases
xiii
Table of UK statutes
iv
Table of UK statutory instruments
lxiii
Table of European legislations
lxv
International statutes, conventions, rules and other instruments lxxv
Table of abbreviations
xcv
Preface ci
Introduction ciii
Part I International sales of goods
1(96)
Overview
3(2)
1 Standard trade terms
5(54)
Introduction
6(1)
Ex works
6(1)
CIF contracts
7(24)
CIF contracts under INCOTERMS 2010
31(3)
C&F contracts
34(1)
C&F and INCOTERMS
34(1)
FOB contracts
35(9)
Variants of an FOB contract
44(1)
FAS contracts
45(5)
Conclusion
50(1)
Further reading
50(9)
2 The Vienna Convention on the International Sale of Goods 1980
59(38)
Introduction
60(3)
The Vienna Convention
63(27)
Conclusion: recent international initiatives
90(4)
Further reading
94(3)
Part II Regulating the electronic commerce environment
97(56)
Overview
99(2)
3 Electronic commerce -- legal issues and harmonisation
101(21)
Introduction
102(1)
Policy considerations, e-commerce and international regulatory measures
103(2)
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and interchange agreements
105(1)
UNCITRAL Model Law on E-Commerce
106(8)
Other international initiatives -- the International Chamber of Commerce
114(1)
The EU Directive on E-commerce
114(4)
The United Nations Convention on the Use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts
118(2)
Conclusion
120(1)
Further reading
121(1)
4 The electronic transaction and security issues
122(31)
Introduction
123(1)
Electronic signatures and UNCITRAL
124(9)
The EU Directive on Electronic Signatures and the UK legislation: the Electronic Communications Act 2000 and the Electronic Signatures Regulations 2002
133(1)
Electronic medium and computer misuse
134(16)
Conclusion: a bright future for e-commerce?
150(1)
Further reading
151(2)
Part III Transportation of cargo
153(254)
Overview
155(2)
5 Transportation of goods by sea -- charterparties
157(12)
Introduction
158(1)
Types of charterparties
159(1)
Common law implied obligations in a voyage charterparty
160(5)
Common law immunities
165(1)
Usual express terms
165(3)
Conclusion
168(1)
Further reading
168(1)
6 Bills of lading
169(34)
Introduction
170(1)
Nature of a bill of lading
170(12)
Rights and liabilities of consignee/endorsee
182(4)
The Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992
186(5)
Bills of lading and fraud
191(3)
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992
194(6)
Blockchain (distributed ledgers) and bills of lading
200(1)
Conclusion
201(1)
Further reading
201(2)
7 Bills of lading and common law
203(20)
Introduction
204(1)
Implied obligations on the part of the shipowner
204(9)
Implied obligations on the part of the shipper
213(1)
Shipowner's immunities
214(1)
Common law exceptions
214(1)
Contractual exceptions
215(2)
Other terms in bills of lading
217(4)
Conclusion
221(1)
Further reading
222(1)
8 Carriage of goods by sea: bills of lading and the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1971
223(53)
Introduction
224(1)
Interpretation of the Hague-Visby Rules in the English courts
225(2)
Carrier's responsibilities and liabilities
227(12)
Carrier's immunities
239(7)
Limitation of liability
246(10)
Shipper's duties and immunities
256(4)
Scope of application
260(12)
Contracting out
272(2)
The future
274(1)
Further reading
275(1)
9 The Hamburg Rules and the Rotterdam Rules
276(41)
Introduction
277(3)
The Hamburg Rules
280(1)
Scope of application
281(24)
The Rotterdam Rules (the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea)
305(10)
Conclusion
315(1)
Further reading
315(2)
10 International carriage of goods by air
317(29)
Introduction
318(1)
The Warsaw system
318(3)
Approach to interpretation of the Warsaw Convention in the English courts
321(1)
Scope of application of the Warsaw Convention (unamended and amended versions)
321(2)
Contracting out
323(1)
Documentary responsibilities
324(2)
Air waybill and negotiability
326(1)
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and the Warsaw regime
326(1)
Carrier liability
327(6)
Consignor's responsibilities and rights
333(1)
Consignee's responsibilities and rights
334(1)
Proceedings
334(6)
The Montreal Convention
340(4)
Further reading
344(2)
11 International carriage of goods by rail
346(15)
Introduction
347(1)
Interpretation of the CIM
348(1)
Scope of application
348(2)
Documentary responsibilities
350(2)
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and the CIM rules
352(1)
Contracting out
353(1)
Carrier's responsibilities and liabilities
353(3)
Carrier's rights
356(1)
Consignor's responsibilities and rights
356(2)
Consignee's responsibilities and rights
358(1)
Proceedings
358(2)
Conclusion
360(1)
Further reading
360(1)
12 International carriage of goods by road
361(23)
Introduction
362(1)
Interpretation of the CMR by the English courts
362(1)
Scope of application
363(3)
Contracting out
366(1)
Documentary responsibilities
367(2)
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and the CMR
369(1)
Carrier's liabilities and rights
370(5)
Sender's responsibilities and rights
375(2)
Consignee's rights and responsibilities
377(1)
Proceedings
377(6)
CMR -- the future
383(1)
Further reading
383(1)
13 International multimodal transport
384(23)
Introduction
385(2)
Freight forwarder -- agent or principal?
387(4)
Unification efforts by the industry
391(3)
FIATA negotiable multimodal bill of lading
394(5)
Conclusion
399(7)
Further reading
406(1)
Part IV Financing and insurance
407(90)
Overview
409(2)
14 Marine insurance
411(37)
Introduction
412(1)
Scope and nature of marine insurance contracts
412(5)
Principles of marine insurance law
417(8)
Warranties on the part of the insured -- implied and express
425(2)
Deviation
427(1)
Liability of insurer
428(3)
Insurance Act 2015
431(1)
Good faith, duty of fair representation and knowledge
432(3)
Warranties and the IA 2015
435(2)
Contracting out
437(1)
Institute Cargo Clauses (A), (B) and (C)
438(4)
Conclusion
442(5)
Further reading
447(1)
15 Letters of credit
448(49)
Introduction
449(1)
Open account
449(1)
Bills of exchange
450(3)
Documentary bill
453(1)
Letters of credit
454(33)
Performance bonds/guarantees and standby letters of credit
487(4)
Other means of minimising risk of non-payment
491(3)
Conclusion
494(1)
Further reading
495(2)
Part V Dispute resolution
497(174)
Overview
499(2)
16 Civil jurisdiction
501(57)
Introduction
502(4)
The defendant's domicile
506(4)
Submission by appearance
510(1)
Ordinary contracts
511(8)
Tort claims
519(5)
Ancillary jurisdiction
524(6)
Jurisdiction clauses
530(6)
Insurance, consumer and employment contracts
536(11)
Simultaneous actions
547(7)
Interim relief
554(2)
The effect of UK withdrawal from the EU
556(1)
Conclusion
557(1)
Further reading
557(1)
17 Choice of law
558(52)
Introduction
559(4)
The proper law -- express choice
563(4)
The proper law -- implied choice
567(3)
The proper law -- closest connection
570(9)
Particular issues
579(3)
English public policy and overriding mandatory rules
582(5)
Certain particular types of contract
587(12)
Torts and restitutionary obligations
599(9)
The effect of UK withdrawal from the EU
608(1)
Conclusion
609(1)
Further reading
609(1)
18 Foreign judgments
610(18)
Introduction
611(1)
European judgments
611(10)
External judgments
621(6)
Conclusion
627(1)
Further reading
627(1)
19 Arbitration
628(25)
Introduction
629(1)
Characteristics
629(5)
Arbitration in international commercial contracts
634(2)
Arbitration under English law
636(12)
Foreign arbitral awards
648(4)
Conclusion
652(1)
Further reading
652(1)
20 Mediation (conciliation): an alternative form of dispute resolution
653(18)
Introduction
654(2)
International developments
656(2)
Developments in England
658(1)
Features and associated issues
659(6)
Mediation online
665(1)
The EU Directive on Mediation in Civil and Commercial Matters
666(2)
Conclusion
668(1)
Further reading
669(2)
Part VI Corruption
671(32)
Overview
673(2)
21 Fighting corruption in international business
675(28)
Introduction
676(2)
Defining corruption
678(2)
The OECD Convention
680(3)
The OECD and the UK Bribery Act 2010
683(6)
The UNCAC
689(11)
Business codes of conduct
700(1)
Conclusion
701(1)
Further reading
702(1)
Appendix 1 703(4)
Appendix 2 707(4)
Appendix 3 711(12)
Appendix 4 723(2)
Appendix 5 725(2)
Appendix 6 727(2)
Appendix 7 729(2)
Index 731
Indira Carr is Research Professor of Law at the University of Surrey. Peter Stone was (until his recent retirement) Professor of Law at the University of Essex.

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