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eBook - Users' Handbook for Documentary Credits under UCP 600

Price: $75.00
Item No.: 694 eBook
ISBN: 978-92-842-0043-6
 
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Users' Handbook for Documentary Credits under UCP 600
by John F. Dolan, Walter (Buddy) Baker
 
Pub No. 694 eBook
2008 Edition
160 pages
 
 
Users' Handbook for Documentary Credits under UCP 600 is designed to serve as an introduction to users of documentary credits, that is, to sellers and buyers who seek to increase their access to cross-border markets.  It strives to demonstrate the way commercial parties and bankers have used this remarkable commercial device, the documentary credit, to achieve their objectives.

Users' Handbook is divided into five parts:

  • Part One is a brief discussion of international sales and transport.
  • Part Two explains the banking industry's crucial role in documentary credit transactions and illustrates many of the transactions in which commercial parties utilize the documentary credit.
  • Part Three explains the way documents control the payment function of the documentary credit.
  • Part Four introduces the all-important feature of the documentary credit - the ways it opens financing options to sellers, which can then extend credit to buyers.
  • Part Five introduces the standby credit and illustrates its role in cross-border transactions.
Users' Handbook also contains a handy glossary of international trade terms for easy reference.
 
 
About the Authors
 
 
John DOLAN
John F. Dolan is Distinguished Professor at Wayne State University Law School








Buddy BAKER
Walter (Buddy) Baker has over thirty years experience in international trade finance.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Table of Contents
 
Part One   International Sales and Transport
     Chapter 1     The International Sale
     Chapter 2     International Transport (Delivery)

Part Two   The Role of the Banks
     Chapter 3     International Payments
     Chapter 4     Cash and Open Account Sales
     Chapter 5     Forfaiting
     Chapter 6     The Documentary Draft Transaction
     Chapter 7     Introducing the Documentary Letter of Credit
     Chapter 8     Advising the Credit
     Chapter 9     The Nominated Bank
     Chapter 10    Confirming the Credit

Part Three   Honouring the Credit Obligation
     Chapter 11    Documents and Documentary Compliance
     Chapter 12    Honour and Dishonour
     Chapter 13    Reimbursement

Part Four   Financing the Transactions
     Chapter 14     Documentary Credits and Papers Presented under Them as
                         Financing Devices
     Chapter 15     Using the Credit To Pay Suppliers By Transfer
     Chapter 16     Paying the Seller's Supplier
     Chapter 17     Discounting

Part Five   The Standby Credit in International Trade
     Chapter 18     International Standby Credit Transactions

Appendix
     Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits, 2007 Revision

 
  

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