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by Poh Chu Chai

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Poh Chu Chai
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Australian Banking Law and Finance Bulletin, Vol 19(10), April 2004. Bibliography/ References/ Index.

Designed mainly for students in management, it can be useful for lawyers interested in a presentation that starts with international sources

The p&I letters of undertaking as a modern form of security for the release of arrested ships. Designed mainly for students in management, it can be useful for lawyers interested in a presentation that starts with international sources.

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The term is also used to denote the property which constitutes the security. The pledge is a type of security interest.

The former are often referred to as Borgen in Sweden.

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pproach This paper compares relevant provisions of the URDG 758, the UN Convention, the ISP 98, and the FIDIC Silver Book, and also cites relevant case laws of the USA, UK and Korea.

It inexorably presents overseas literature as well because the subject is by nature international and comparative, and Australian courts readily cite overseas literature, particularly from the United States, England and Canada. From the Preface show more.

law and may therefore involve unfamiliar legal jurisdictions and/ or may be subject to the onerous legal requirements of the issuer’s country.

law and may therefore involve unfamiliar legal jurisdictions and/ or may be subject to the onerous legal requirements of the issuer’s country. „ Potential disputes – for the applicant there is a risk of an unjustified. or disputed claim being made.