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eBook - Collected DOCDEX Decisions 2004 - 2008

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Item No.: 696 eBook
ISBN: 978-92-842-0058-0
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Collected DOCDEX Decisions 2004 - 2008
Decisions by ICC Experts on Documentary Credits, Collections and Demand Guarantees
Edited by Gary Collyer and Ron Katz
 
Pub No. 696 eBook
2008 Edition
only in eBook format
 
DOCDEX was established by the International Chamber of Commerce in 1997 as a rapid dispute resolution system using panels of ICC experts to render decisions on disputes involving letters of credit.  DOCDEX Decisions, normally rendered within 30-60 days, often allow the disputing parties to avoid lengthy and costly court proceedings.  The DOCDEX system was later expanded to cover ICC rules on collections and demand guarantees as well.
The Decisions in this volume, which cover the years from 2005 – 2008, were issued during the final years of UCP 500, ICC’s universally used rules on documentary credits.  In these pages, the readers will also find Decisions on UCP 600, the latest revision of the letter of credit rules, International Standard Banking Practice (ISBP 645 and 681), URC 522 (the ICC Uniform Rules for Collections) and URDG 458 (the Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees).

The Decision in this book cover a broad range of issues:

·         typing errors and whether they constitute a discrepancy;

·         amendments in standby credits;

·         the application of paragraphs in the ISBP;

·         the expiry date on a transferred letter of credit

·         and more

Clearly organized and supplemented with an index, this collection of DOCDEX Decisions demonstrates how these vital ICC rules are applied on day-to-day basis.

“In the 11 years since the rules came into effect, DOCDEX has proved its value as an efficient and cost-effective dispute resolution system, which allows the parties to have their case considered by experts  having long experience with ICC rules and to receive a Decision within a reasonable period of 30-60 days.  Practitioners involved in disputes concerning these ICC rules would do well to look to DOCDEX as a practical means of settling them.”
 
                                                             - from the foreword by Gary Collyer
        
Technical Adviser to the ICC Commission on Banking Technique and Practice
 
 
 

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