Principles of Law Relating to International Trade (formerly Principles of Law Relating to Overseas Trade) has been comprehensively expanded, revised, repackaged and re-titled in this edition to provide a more accessible and relevant textbook on the subject. Commentary and references to new and classic cases are now included in footnotes in the main text, for ease of reading. Imbued with careful research and practical experience it presents an attempt to form a concise and authoritative statement of the law affecting international trade. The book's concise, lucid style will be particularly popular among law students both at degree and professional level, and among practising lawyers. Nicholas Kouladis is a practising solicitor and Senior Lecturer in Laws at Southampton Solent University. He is Law Examiner of both the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and the Institute of Export. Currently an Associate Law Lecturer with the Open University, and Southampton City College, he was formerly Law Lecturer at University of Southampton. He has published a number of books on Insurance, Maritime, and International Trade Law. He was recently privileged to offer his counsel to the Greek Ministry of Mercantile Marine, where he is now appointed as Minister's Adviser.
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The English Legal System An Overview of the Legal Procedure The Law of Torts The Law of Contract The Law of Agency The Law of Sale of Goods Exemption Clauses Competition Law to F.O.B. and C.I.F. Sales Export Finance Insurance Law Carriage of Goods by Sea Carriage of Goods by Road Carriage of Goods by Air.
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