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Law of International Trade / by Jason C.T. Chuah.

By: Publication details: London : Sweet & Maxwell Ltd., 2001.Edition: 2nd edDescription: lxix, 590 p. ; 24 cmISBN:
  • 0421746505
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 341.754  CHU 22
Online resources: Summary: Presents a comprehensive treatment of all key aspects of private international trade law Demonstrates to the reader how international trade law operates in its political, economic and business contexts Provides a clear and concise explanation of the theoretical framework, which underpins the law against the background of modern trade documentation and export practice Demonstrates a practical approach to the subject incorporating example contractual clauses, forms and diagrams to demonstrate how the law works in practice Offers an important treatise of the subject, examining legal complexities in cases and materials Sets out summaries of the more significant cases Covers significant cases on documentary credits, private international law, shipping, sale of goods and arbitration Examines the influence of ECJ case law on private international law Provides detailed footnotes to guide further and more detailed research into key topics.
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Includes index (p. 579-590)

Presents a comprehensive treatment of all key aspects of private international trade law Demonstrates to the reader how international trade law operates in its political, economic and business contexts Provides a clear and concise explanation of the theoretical framework, which underpins the law against the background of modern trade documentation and export practice Demonstrates a practical approach to the subject incorporating example contractual clauses, forms and diagrams to demonstrate how the law works in practice Offers an important treatise of the subject, examining legal complexities in cases and materials Sets out summaries of the more significant cases Covers significant cases on documentary credits, private international law, shipping, sale of goods and arbitration Examines the influence of ECJ case law on private international law Provides detailed footnotes to guide further and more detailed research into key topics.

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