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Overseas Supply and Installation Contracts

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ISBN13: 9780421598300
ISBN: 0421598301
Published: October 2000
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £489.00



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Contracts involving the supply and installation overseas of major capital equipment are the most sophisticated in terms of sales of goods law. This book reaches beyond pure export and building and engineering law to provide a complete legal and practical guide for anyone working in this field.

  • Focuses on the law relating to the sale of goods
  • Discusses taxation and export credit and insurance considerations
  • Includes a discussion of standard form contracts
  • Examines the principal features of the contract, addressing every major aspect of contract and sale of goods law
  • Includes useful precedents to save time
  • Examines the nature of public bidding problems and practice
  • Also constitutes a useful reference work for UK supply and installation contracts

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Subjects:
Construction Law, Commercial Law
Contents:
1. Setting the Scene
2. Outline of a Contract
3. Principles of Procurement and Tendering
4. Pricipal Legal Regimes
5. Competition Law
6. Contract Formation
7. Export Licensing
8. Choice of Law and Dispute Resolution
9. Standard Form Contracts
10. Taxation
11. Bonds and Guarantees
12. Joint Ventures
13. Sub-Contracting
14. Delivert, Risk and Insurance
15. Pricing and Payment
16. Fustration and Force Majeure
17. Liabilitites
18. Commercial Considerations in Contracting
Precedents