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Transfer of Ownership in International Trade 2nd Edition

Edited by Charles Debattista, Audile Plégat, Jesper Windahl,
By Alexander von Ziegler


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The issue of ownership is a vital one in international trade and one which is barely covered by existing international conventions. Although domestic rules may be familiar to local businesses, practical difficulties and legal uncertainty occur when foreign businesses try to ascertain the rules regulating ownership abroad and when the goods are being shipped by the seller to the buyer.

This new, expanded edition is a unique comparative study of domestic laws in 23 major trading nations and a highly practical guide. Its in-depth analysis of the legal issues arising in connection with transfer of ownership will provide invaluable assistance to practitioners and anyone drafting or interpreting international sales contracts. Each country chapter is structured in the same way, so readers may easily compare national solutions to the same problems.

Publish Date 12/22/2010
Publish Frequency As Needed
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789041131348
SKU 10058747-0001
Table of Contents

Countries covered: Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, People's Republic of China, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Russian Federation, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States of America.

All the countries follow this layout:

A. General Introduction

B. Conflict of Laws as to Transfer of Ownership

C. Substantive Law as to Transfer of Ownership

D. Transfer of Ownership through Bills of Lading or Other Transport Documents

E. Retention of Title Clauses

F. Stoppage in Transit

G. Proprietary Interests Held by Third Parties

H. Issues Affected by the Question of Ownership.