Contact law and international law
Agency, sale of goods, competition law
Carriage of goods by air, sea and road
Case studies and examples are used to clarify the key of issues for the non–specialist, making the vital area accessible to those who are making professional examinations in this field and executives export–driven businesses.
Principles of Law Relating to Overseas Trade is in the Principles of Export Guide series, published in association with the Institute of Export, each of which covers a core area in the Institute s internationally renowned membership qualification. The series editor, Michael Brooke, is one of the world s leading authors on the international business and export management, having written over 20 books in the field. Other titles in the series are:
Principles of Marketing
Principles of International Marketing
Principles of International Trade and Payments
Principles of International Physical Distribution
Principles of Management in Export
Principles of International Marketing Research
Series Editor′s Introduction.
About The Institute of Export Examinations.
Part I: Principles of the Law of Contract: .
1. Elements of Contract.
2. Terms of a Contract.
5. Remedies for Breach of Contract.
6. Discharge of Contract.
8. Law Governing a Contract.
Part II: Agency Law:.
10. Exemption Clauses.
Part III: Sale of Goods Act 1979:.
11. Sale of Goods.
12. Right of Disposal (Romalpa Clauses).
13. Seller′s and Buyer′s Remedies.
14. Introduction of CIF and FOB Sales.
Part IV: Competition Law:.
15. Restrictive Trade Practices.
16. Free Movement of Goods in the European Community.
Part V: Legal Aspects of the Finance of Exports: .
17. The Law Relating to Export Finance.
18. Letters of Credit.
Part VI: Export Insurance:.
19. Marine Insurance.
20. General Average.
21. Institute Cargo Clauses.
Part VII: Legal Aspects of Carriage by Sea, Air and Road:.
22. Carriage of Goods by Sea.
23. Carriage of Goods by Air.
24. Carriage of Goods by Road.
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