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UCP 600 Transport Documents

  • ID: 2300219
  • Book
  • 150 Pages
  • Institute of International Banking Law & Practice
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Allow one of the world's leading experts to steer you clear of a rough experience with "UCP 600 Transport Documents". Kim Sindberg (formerly Kim Christensen) has authored “UCP 600 Transport Documents”, a 150-page book published by the Institute of International Banking Law & Practice. Currently active as a trade finance consultant, Sindberg has dealt with countless situations and scenarios during more than 20 years combined experience as a banker and freight forwarder.

In his book, Sindberg shares insight and offers recommendations to assist specialists in reducing refusals of transport documents presented under documentary credits.
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Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Documentary Credit - Brief Overview
2.1 Documentary Credit Rules
2.2 Documentary Credit Definition
2.3 Documentary Credit Functions
2.4 The Independence Principle
2.4.1 The Fraud Exception
2.5 The Parties to the Documentary Credit Transaction
2.6 Standard for Examination of Documents
2.7 The Documentary Credit Lines
2.7.1 Graphic Overview of the Documentary Credit Lines
2.7.2 Line 1 – The Agreement Between Buyer and Seller
2.7.3 Line 2 – The Parties
2.7.4 Line 3 – Issuing the Documentary Credit
2.7.5 Line 4 – Presenting the Documents and Paying

Chapter 3: The Transport Documents – Functions and Role in Documentary Credits
3.1 Functions in Documentary Credits
3.2 The Role of the Transport Documents for the Banks
3.2.1 Lien (Collateral)
3.2.2 Fraud, Sanctions and Compliance
3.3 The Preferred Transport Document
3.4 How Transport Documents are Perceived

Chapter 4: Transport documents – Rules, Practice and Concepts
4.1 General Rules and Practices
4.1.1 Article 14(j); Addresses and Contact Details
4.1.2 Article 14(k) Shipper/Consignor of Goods
4.1.3 Article 14(l) Issuer of Transport Documents
4.1.4 Article 26 “On Deck,” “Shipper's Load and Count,” “Said by Shipper to Contain” and Charges Additional to Freight and Article 27 Clean Transport Document
4.1.5 ISBP (2007) § 21 “Shipping Documents,” Stale documents,” “Third Party Documents,” and “Exporting Country”
4.1.6 ISBP (2007) §§ 34-36 Shipping Marks
4.1.7 Transhipment
4.2 Specific Rules and Practices
4.2.1 Article 19 Transport Document Covering at Least Two Different Modes of Transport
4.2.2 Article 20 Bill of Lading
4.2.3 Article 21 Non-Negotiable Sea Waybill
4.2.4 Article 22 Charter Party Bill of Lading
4.2.5 Article 23 Air Transport Document
4.2.6 Article 24 Road, Rail or Inland Waterway Transport Documents
4.2.7 Article 25 Courier Receipt, Post Receipt or Certificate of Posting
4.3 Transport Concepts
4.3.1 Freight Forwarders
4.3.2 Different Names for Carriers
4.3.3 Determining Date of Shipment
4.3.4 On-board Notations
4.3.5 Movements
4.3.6 When the Transport Articles are not Applicable
4.3.7 Clauses in Bills of Lading Allowing for Release of Goods Without Requiring Presentation of the Original
4.3.8 SWIFT Transportation Fields
4.3.9 Trade Terms
4.3.10 Containers for Sea Transport
4.4 A sample Transport Document with Comments

Chapter 5: Transport Requirements in Documentary Credits

Chapter 6: Electronic Transport Documents
6.1 Rules
6.2 Initiatives and Solutions

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