Bringing paper to life: electronic documents of title under German law
Clyde Fletcher, Manager Fonterra Trade Documentation Centre An exceeding practical approach to electronic trade documents by a member of the legal profession in touch with trade practitioners. This book will facilitate electronic documents and go some way to convince the 'e- sceptics'!
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Documents used in international trade; 2. International sale contracts; 4. A legal framework to govern electronic payment and presentation of documents; 5.
Carriage documents; 6. A legal framework to govern electronic transport documents; 7.
Cargo insurance documents; 8. Practical barriers to the use of electronic alternatives in international sale transactions; Electronic systems for payment processing; Electronic systems for the issue and transfer of rights over goods in transit; The book covers the relevant legal barriers and standards including the issue of fraud, in particular the problem of confidence as a practical bar to uptake, and also the laws relating to electronic signatures and data protection. EU laws governing the use of information technology in businesscontexts are examined.
Practical barriers to the use of electronic documents are also considered including a detailed look at specific systems for payment processing, the issue and transfer of rights over goods in transit, and cargo insurance. Much has been written about legal aspects of the use of the electronic medium in the conduct of business, but this is the only book to focus specifically on the use of electronic documents in maritime trade covering all of the potential obstacles and providing solutions to those problems.
Electronic Documents in Maritime Trade : Law and Practice by Miriam Goldby (2013, Hardcover)
The bookexamines the issues that arise when attempting to conclude such complex transactions, making it an invaluable reference for anyone contemplating using or advising on paperless trade and its legal implications. Additional Product Features Dewey Edition.
An exceeding practical approach to electronic trade documents by a member of the legal profession in touch with trade practitioners.