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  Incoterms 2020 Wall Chart (Set of 10)     Incoterms 2020 Pocket Guide (Pack of 5)
 

ICC Pub No: 803E, 2019 Edition


    ICC Pub No: 749E, 2019 Edition
         
   
  ICC Banking Commission Opinions 2018-2019 (ePub)     UCP for Documentary Credits UCP600 (updated 2019 to include eUCP2.0)
 

ICC Pub No: 807E, 2020 Edition


    ICC Pub No: 600E, 2019 Revision
         
   
  Uniform Rules for Collections (including eURC1.0)     Explaining Why You Lost - Reasoning in Arbitration
 

ICC Pub No: 522E, 2020 Reprinted


    ICC Pub No: 810E, 2020 Edition
         
   
  ICC Model Contract: International Sale (Manufacturing Goods)     ICC Model Turnkey Contract for Major Projects
 

ICC Pub No: 811E, 2020 Edition


    ICC Pub No: 797E, 2020 Edition
         
   
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  Incoterms 2020 Wall Chart (Set of 10)
  ICC Pub No: 803E, 2019 Edition
   
  Incoterms® 2020 Wall Chart, ICC’s popular support tool, is a full colour, poster-sized flow chart outlining the responsibilities of buyer and seller under each of the 11 Incoterms® rules.

Rules for any mode or modes of transport

Rules for sea and inland waterway transport

The Incoterms® 2020 Wall Chart is sold in sets of 10 posters. Size: 29.7 x 63cm
 
  Incoterms 2020 Pocket Guide (Pack of 5)
  ICC Pub No: 749E, 2019 Edition
   
  Handy and practical digest of all 11 Incoterms® 2020 rules.

Rules for any mode or modes of transport

Rules for sea and inland waterway transport

The concise format makes it quick and easy to check the terms when needed or always have them with you in a meeting or business trip.

The Incoterms® pocketguide is sold in packs of 5.
  ICC Banking Commission Opinions 2018-2019 (ePub)
  ICC Pub No: 807E, 2020 Edition
   
  This volume of ICC Banking Commission Opinions contains the Opinions that were approved by the Commission in 2018 and in 2019.

It represents the latest in a series of Commission Opinions book that contain the texts of the Opinions approved in a particular period.
  UCP for Documentary Credits UCP600 (updated 2019 to include eUCP2.0)
  ICC Pub No: 600E, 2019 Revision
   
  Commercial letters of credit are the lifeblood of international trade. For more than 85 years, the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP) - the International Chamber of Commerce's rules on documentary credits - have governed letter of credit transactions worldwide.

UCP 600 contains important new provisions in the fields of transport, insurance and compliance, which will form the basis of letter of credit transactions for years to come.

The revised UCP includes a "Definitions" article designed to clarify the meaning of key terms, a changed practice for giving a notice of refusal and other modifications you will need to know. It also includes version 2.0 of the eUCP - the 14 articles of ICC's supplement to the UCP that govern presentation of documents in electronic form.

Since its inception, the UCP has remained a vital component of international trade. Bankers, traders, lawyers, transporters, academics and all who deal with letter of credit transactions will refer to UCP 600 on a daily basis.
  Uniform Rules for Collections (including eURC1.0)
  ICC Pub No: 522E, 2020 Reprinted
   
  The ICC Uniform Rules for Collections are a practical set of Rules to aid bankers, buyers, and sellers in the collections process. The Rules have been prepared to resolve problems that practitioners have experienced in their everyday operations since 1979.

URC 522 underlines the need for the principal and/or the remitting bank to attach a separate document, the collection instruction, to every collection subject to the Rules – makes it very clear that banks will not examine documents, particularly not to look for instructions – addresses problems banks experience in respect of documents against acceptance (D/A) and documents against payment (D/P) – clearly indicates that banks have no obligation to store and insure goods when instructed.
  Explaining Why You Lost - Reasoning in Arbitration
  ICC Pub No: 810E, 2020 Edition
   
 

International arbitrators enjoy a considerable freedom in the conduct of the proceedings and in the decisions they make on the merits of the case.

Subject to few exceptions, their decisions are final. Although absence of jurisdiction, lack of independence or impartiality, breach of due process, excess of power and violation of international public policy may lead to the setting aside of an award, it is rarely the case of wrong decisions on the merits. These are very few juridictions where a superficial assessment of the facts or a misinterpretation of the contract are grounds for setting aside an award. The same applies to an inaccurate application of the law, with the exceptions of some common law countries, such England and the United States.

The discussions on this subject were held during the 39th Annual Conference of the ICC Institute on 17 December 2019. The program was prepared by two experienced members of the Institute Council, Antonio Crivellaro and Mélida N. Hodgson, who were able, with the support of contributors with huge expertise in their respective fields, to cover the various aspects of this fascinating subject and to provide practitioners and scholars with several new paths for reflection.

  ICC Model Contract: International Sale (Manufacturing Goods)
  CC Pub No: 811E, 2020 Edition
   
  An international business transaction requires a precise and detailed underlying contract. However, it can be expensive and time-consuming to draft such a contract oneself. The International Chamber of Commerce, the world business organization, has responded to the market's need for a reliable and equitable model with the ICC Model International Sale Contract, which provides a solution in presenting a set of clear and concise standard contractual conditions for the most basic international trade agreement.

Although this Model is denominated a 'sale' contract, it is equally appropriate for use by buyers as it balances the interests of exporters (sellers) and importers (buyers).It may thus also be used for a so-called 'purchase' agreement.

The model contract is divided into two parts: Specific Conditions, which allow the parties to use the Model directly by filling in the blanks in the form; and General Conditions, which provide a platform of standard legal terms and thus a reference tool for contract drafting or negotiation. These General Conditions may be used together with the Specific Conditions, or independently.
  ICC Model Turnkey Contract for Major Projects
  ICC Pub No: 797E, 2020 Edition
   
  International turnkey construction projects are often complex transactions, requiring correspondingly complex legal documentation. Moreover, many such major construction projects are an important element in international development, and it is vital that the arrangements put in place be durable, clear and equitable.

The ICC Model Turnkey Contract for Major Projects, revised in 2020, provides contractors and employers with a unique, balanced platform that is fair to all parties. At the same time, the model accommodates the desire of all parties for price and scope certainty, the need for swift and effective dispute resolution, and the need for complete and informed allocation of risks.
 

 

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