By Indira Carr
International alternate legislations offers a transparent review of the complexities of a global sale transaction via trained research of case legislation, laws, and overseas conventions and ideas. absolutely up to date with alterations to the legislation and new instructions in criminal debate, this re-creation considers:
• ordinary exchange phrases together with INCOTERMS 2010, the conference on foreign revenues of products 1980 and the UNIDROIT ideas for foreign advertisement Contracts 2004
• E-Commerce concerns, together with digital accounts of lading
• assurance and fee mechanisms, comparable to letters of credits and the UCP 600
• overseas transportation of shipment, together with the Rotterdam Rules
• Dispute solution, incorporating jurisdiction, appropriate legislation, arbitration and mediation
• Corruption and anti-corruption conventions, together with the united kingdom Bribery Act 2010
In addition to clarifying various subject matters via tables and diagrams, the e-book directs readers to appropriate extra examining and on-line assets all through, delivering scholars an available source to this frequently tough region of the legislations.
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Dr Simone Lamont-Black, Edinburgh University, UK ‘This is an excellently written, comprehensive and easy to navigate through book. ’ — Masood Ahmed, University of Leicester, UK ‘Carr's book is fluently written and richly informative on the current state of the law and practice in field […] often bringing out the historical context of the international dynamics of commercial transactions’. — Dr Priscilla Schwartz, University of East London, UK International Trade Law Fifth Edition Indira Carr MA (Delhi), BPhil (Liverpool), LLM, PhD (Exeter) Professor of Law University of Surrey with contributions on Private International Law by Peter Stone MA, LLB (Cantab), Barrister (Middle Temple) Professor of Law University of Essex Fifth edition published in 2014 by Routledge 2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 4RN Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada by Routledge 711 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10017 Routledge is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an informa business � 2014 Indira Carr The right of Indira Carr to be identified as author of this work has been asserted by her in accordance with sections 77 and 78 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
Further reading Part III Transportation of Cargo Overview 5 Transportation of Goods by Sea – Charterparties Introduction Types of charterparties Common law implied obligations in a voyage charterparty Common law immunities Usual express terms Conclusion Further reading 6 Bills of Lading Introduction Nature of a bill of lading Rights and liabilities of consignee/endorsee The Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992 Bills of lading and fraud Electronic data interchange (EDI) and the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992 Conclusion Further reading 7 Bills of Lading and Common Law Introduction Implied obligations on the part of the shipowner Implied obligations on the part of the shipper Shipowner's immunities Common law exceptions Contractual exceptions Other terms in bills of lading Conclusion Further reading 8 Carriage of Goods by Sea: Bills of Lading and the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1971 Introduction Interpretation of The Hague-Visby Rules in the English Courts Carrier's responsibilities and liabilities Carrier's immunities Limitation of liability Shipper's duties and immunities Scope of application Contracting out The future Further reading 9 The Hamburg Rules and the Rotterdam Rules Introduction The Hamburg Rules Scope of application The Rotterdam Rules (The UN Convention on Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea) Conclusion Further reading 10 International Carriage of Goods by Air Introduction The Warsaw system Approach to interpretation of the Warsaw Convention in the English courts Scope of application of the Warsaw Convention (unamended and amended versions) Contracting out Documentary responsibilities Air waybill and negotiability Electronic data interchange (EDI) and the Warsaw regime Carrier liability Consignor's responsibilities and rights Consignee's responsibilities and rights Proceedings The Montreal Convention Further reading 11 International Carriage of Goods by Rail Introduction Interpretation of the CIM Scope of application Documentary responsibilities Electronic data interchange (EDI) and the CIM rules Contracting out Carrier's responsibilities and liabilities Carrier's rights Consignor's responsibilities and rights Consignee's responsibilities and rights Proceedings Conclusion Further reading 12 International Carriage of Goods by Road Introduction Interpretation of the CMR by the English courts Scope of application Contracting out Documentary responsibilities Electronic data interchange (EDI) and the CMR Carrier's liabilities and rights Sender's responsibilities and rights Consignee's rights and responsibilities Proceedings CMR – the future Further reading 13 International Multimodal Transport Introduction Freight forwarder – agent or principal?
Indira Carr is Professor of Law at the University of Surrey. ‘Many of my students have commented on how useful Indira Carr's book had been to them…. ’ — Dr Simone Lamont-Black, Edinburgh University, UK ‘This is an excellently written, comprehensive and easy to navigate through book. ’ — Masood Ahmed, University of Leicester, UK ‘Carr's book is fluently written and richly informative on the current state of the law and practice in field […] often bringing out the historical context of the international dynamics of commercial transactions’.