International Trade Law: Theory and Practice

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction to International Trade Law
Section A The Definition, Scope of International Trade Law
I. Brief Introduction to International Trade
II. Defination of International Trade Law
III. History of International Trade Law
Section B The Sources of International Trade Law
I. Sources of International Law
II. Sources of International Trade Law
Section C Subjects and Fundamental Principles of International Trade Law
I. Subjects of International Trade Law
II. Fundamental Principle of International Trade Law

Chapter 2 Contract for the International Sale of Goods
Section A Introduction
I. Sources of The Law of Contract for The International Sale of Goods
II. Application of Law to the Contract for the International Sale of Goods
Section B International Commercial Terms
I. Defination of Incoterms
II. The Terms in Incoterms 2000"
Section C Introduction to the CISG
I. Brief History of The CISG
II. Main Structure of The CISG
III. The Sphere of Application of the CISG
Section D Formation of International Sales Contract
I. The Offer
II. The Acceptance
Section E Obligations of the Seller and the Buyer
I. The Obligations of the seller
II. Buyer's Obligations
Section F Breach of Contract and Remedies
I. Fundamental Breach of Contract and Anticipatory Breach of Contract
II. Remedies for Breach of Contract by the Seller
III. Remedies for Breach of Contract by the Buyer
Section G Passing of Risk
I. Defination of Risk
II. Legal Consequences of Passing of Risk
III. Guiding Principle of Passing of Risk
Section H Preservation of Goods
I. Duties of Preserve the Goods
II. Measures of Preservation of Goods
Chapter 3 International Carriage of Goods
Section A International Carriage of Goods by Sea
I. Bill of Lading
II. Legal Framework of the Laws Governing B/L
Chapter 4 International Cargo Insurance
Chapter 5 Payment in International Sale of Goods
Chapter 6 Dispute Settlement in International Trade
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