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I.BACKGROUND 1.Documents Used in International Trade A.Documents Relating to the Sale Contract B.Transport Documents (aka Carriage or Shipping Documents) C.Insurance Documents D.Certifying Documents E.Payment Instruments 2.Legal Aspects of Electronic Communication A.Contract Formation by Electronic Communications B.Contract Formalities C.Documents of Title and Negotiable Instruments D.Provision of Electronic Communication Services II.ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS: LEGAL FRAMEWORK 3.International Sale Contracts and their Performance A.Standard Contract Terms and their Performance B.Performance of the Payment Obligation 4.Legal Framework to Govern Electronic Payment and Electronic Presentation of Documents A.Electronic Presentation of Documents and Trade Data B.Electronic Alternatives to Negotiable Financial Instruments 5.Carriage Documents and the Functions that They Perform A.Bills of Lading
Contents note continued: B.Sea Waybills C.Delivery Orders 6.Legal Framework to Govern Electronic Transport Documents A.English Law B.US Law C.International Standards 7.Cargo Insurance Documents and the Functions that They Perform A.The Cargo Insurance Market B.Cargo Cover Documentation C.Construing Insurance Documents D.Making a Claim 8.Legal Framework to Govern Electronic Cargo Insurance Documents A.Contract Formation B.Evidence of Cover C.Construing the Contract D.Assignment of Documents Issued in Electronic Form E.Making a Claim III.ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS: EMERGING PRACTICES 9.Removing Obstacles on the Road to Transition A.Taking Initiative: The Role of Exporters and Importers B.Eliminating Barriers: Import and Export Formalities 10.Electronic Systems for Payment Processing A.Electronic Financial Messaging and Trade Finance B.Integrating Trade Data into the Financial Supply Chain
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Print version: Goldby, Miriam. Electronic documents in maritime trade. Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press,