Key Learning Objectives
- Recognise and analyse the form and nature of documents used in international trade
- Link international sales and carriage of goods by sea with cargo insurance
- Analyse CIF and FOB contracts with emphasis on obligations of sellers and buyers respectively
- Determine and state the rights and obligations of parties under a contract of affreightment
- Explain and differentiate carriage of goods under a ship charter and a bill of lading
- Identify, recognise and interpret components of various types of Bills of Lading according to transport modes, payment terms and sales contracts
- Summarise international rules governing risk allocation Identify issues to prevent and manage maritime fraud
About the Course
Most international sales, whether on CIF, FOB or other terms, include an obligation to transport the goods from one country to another. Worldwide, ships are the primary vehicle for performing contracts for the carriage of goods.
To complete an international sale, the buyer or seller or even other persons enter into a contract of carriage with the owner or operator of the carrying ship. One of the parties is also required to arrange insurance for the goods during transit. Hence contracts of carriageare strongly inter-related with contracts of sale and contracts of cargo insurance: documents demanded from and provided by the ship and also from cargo insurers must satisfy the requirements of the contract of sale.
The whole transaction: sale, insurance and contracts of carriage, will contain provisions in the documents that cover performance and also liability of one or other of the parties if the obligations are not carried out. The expectations and requirements of both carriers and traders are influenced by – and sometimes frustrated by – the contractual obligations and rights of the other parties.
This course analyses the close links between the two main contracts: of sale and carriage. It will discuss the relationship between the typical documents and the liabilities that arise out of the contracts, revealing key pitfalls and opportunities for strategic advantage.
Who Will Benefit
Ideal for those who have completed our Shipbroking & Chartering Fundamentals course and are looking for the next-step
- Newcomers to the maritime industry and shipping business
- Shippers, exporters, importers and other users of ships
- Freight forwarders and customs agents and others acting as NVOCs
- Shipbrokers and marine insurance brokers
- Practising staff in law firms seeking an introduction maritime contracts
- Bankers and financiers who deal with international trade
- Staff employed in firms that offer cargo insurance
- P&I correspondents and cargo surveyors
When & Where
CP116-Commercial Maritime Contracts for Non-Lawyers
5* Hotel (Name to be confirmed)
September 06, 2019
from 9 AM to 13:00 PM (4 Days)
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