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Documentary Credits

By: Ali Malek, David Quest, Raymond Jack
Media of Documentary Credits
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Published: 28-02-2009
Format: Hardback
Edition: 4th
Extent: 600
ISBN: 9781845923471
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 248 x 156 mm
RRP : £285.00
 

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About Documentary Credits

An extremely straight forward and no nonsense approach to Documentary Credits - This Book should be on every L/C professional's shelves. Amazon Customer Review of previous edition This practical work offers a lucid and comprehensive account of the workings of documentary credits in the context of English law and under international banking practice as applied in England. Written from the perspective of banking practices as well as the law, the text fully considers the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits 600, as well as a full review of the body of case law on the UCPDC 500.

Table Of Contents

Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction to Documentary Credits and to the Uniforms Customs Chapter 2: Types or Categorisations of Documentary Credits Chapter 3: Buyer and Seller (Applicant and Beneficiary Chapter 4: The Applicant and the Issuing Bank Chapter 5: The Contracts of the Issuing Bank and the Confirming Bank with the Seller Chapter 6: The Correspondent Bank Chapter 7: The Collecting Bank and the Negotiation Bank Chapter 8: The Documents and their Examination Chapter 9: Fraud and Injunctions Chapter 10: Transfer and Assignment Chapter 11: The Bank's Security Chapter 12: Standby Credits, and Demand Guarantees and Bonds Chapter 13: Conflict of Law, Illegality and Exchange Control, Sovereign Immunity Chapter 14: Electronic Credits Appendix 1: ICC Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits 600 Appendix 2: ICC Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits 500 Appendix 3: International Standard Banking Practice 681 Appendix 4: The International Standby Practices - ISP98 Appendix 5: Issue of documentary credit on SWIFT form MT700

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“This excellent book provides a detailed and lucid account of how documentary credit transactions work and explain the rights and liabilities of each of the parties in the chain of complex relationships involved” –  Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2010

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