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Table Of Contents

Introduction
1.1 What is commercial law?
1.3 Approaching your study
1.4 Study skills
1.5 The examination
Reflect and review
2.1 What is an agency?
2.2 Types of agent
2.3 Creation of agency
2.4 The actual authority of the agent
2.4.1 Actual authority of the agent
2.5 Apparent authority
2.6 Usual authority: Watteau v Fenwick
2.7 Ratification
2.8 Agency of necessity
2.9 Capacity
3 Agency 2
3.1 Relationship with third party: disclosed agency
3.2 Relationship with third party: undisclosed principal
3.3 Relationship between principal and agent
4 Sale of goods: contract, property and risk
4.1 The Sale of Goods Act
4.2 The scope of the Act
4.3 What is a contract of sale of goods?
4.4 The sale contract
4.5 ‘Transfers or agrees to transfer the property’
4.6 Risk
4.7 Perishing of goods and frustration of contract
4.8 Transfer of title
5 Sale of goods: performance and implied terms
5.1 Terms
5.2 Delivery and payment
5.3 Implied terms as to title and quiet possession: s.12
5.4 Implied term as to description: s.13
5.4.1 Implied term as to description
5.5 Implied terms as to quality: ss.14-15
5.6 Implied term as to satisfactory quality: s.14(2)
5.7 Implied term as to fitness for particular purpose: s.14(3)
5.8 Implied terms in sales by sample: s.15
5.9 Limitation or exclusion of liability
6 Sale of goods: acceptance, remedies and retention of title
6.1 Acceptance
6.2 Remedies of the buyer
6.3 Remedies of the seller
6.4 Retention of title by the seller
7 International sale contracts
7.1 Documents and contracts
7.2 fob contracts
7.3 cif contracts
7.4 Ex-works, ex-ship and fas contracts
7.5 Electronic ‘documentation’
7.6 An international law of international sales?
8 Payment: documentary credits
8.1 Documentary bill (bill of exchange)
8.2 Documentary credit
8.3 Strict compliance
8.3.1 Strict compliance
8.4 Autonomy of the credit
8.4.1 Autonomy of the credit
8.5 Contractual rights and obligations
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Commercial Law Guide

Commercial Law Guide

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