Not as straightforward as it might appear: an analysis of the problems associated with Article 35 of the UCP 600

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Taylor, Des and Tam, Kevin. 2014. "Not as straightforward as it might appear: an analysis of the problems associated with Article 35 of the UCP 600." International Trade and Business Law Review. XVII, pp. 370-391.
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Not as straightforward as it might appear: an analysis of the problems associated with Article 35 of the UCP 600

ERA Journal ID40442
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsTaylor, Des (Author) and Tam, Kevin (Author)
Journal TitleInternational Trade and Business Law Review
Journal CitationXVII, pp. 370-391
Number of Pages22
Year2014
Place of PublicationSydney, Australia
ISSN1836-8573
Abstract

There has been minimal commentary about art 35 of the UCP 600. This is evident from the fact that many textbooks and journal articles concerning the UCP 600 and also the more broader topic of international trade law generally do not mention art 35, or, if they do, have scant commentary merely indicating its existence. It is obviously assumed this particular article of the UCP 600 is straightforward and needs no explanation. However, the writers contend that this is in fact not the case. In this article they set out their arguments and reasoning why there can be problems with art 35, and, as a consequence, the legal position is not as straight forward as it might appear.

Keywordsnominated bank; letter of credit; documentary credit; complying presentation; documents lost in transit; collection of cargo
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020480308. International trade and investment law
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Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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