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Sale of goods carried by sea

by C. Debattista

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0406113602, Hardcover)

A major maritime law textbook, this is a first edition first printing of this vital work of intellect. This book examines those legal principles of English laws which govern the use of bills of lading in international trade. Traditionally dealt with in books covering the law of carriage of goods by sea, bills of lading are here examined in the context of the contract of sale of goods and of the contract setting up a letter of credit. Emphasis is consequently placed upon the tender of bills of lading by sellers to buyers and bankers. The book's starting point is, therefore, the bill's function as a document of title. that elusive characteristic to which Mr. Negus despairingly referred in the Law Quarterly Review more than half a century ago.

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