Blog - The Invisible Article – 2.0...
My previous blog post included the following statement:
Such requirement is not helpful – rather: it is destructive! Why not say: “Bill of Lading” or perhaps even better: “Non-negotiable sea waybill?”< ... Read On
Article - Issuing Bank Had to Pay Desp...
By Shahriar Masum
[Republished from LC Monitor with the kind consent of the author.]
1. Issuing bank had to pay despite discrepancies in the presented document.
2. The content of the refusal advice was not in industry standard.
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Review - UCP 600 Transport Documents
Kim Sindberg (formerly Kim Christensen) has authored "UCP 600 Transport Documents", a 150-page book published by IIBLP.
Widely regarded as one of the world's leading experts in the field and currently active as a trade finance consultant, Sindberg has dealt with countless situations a ... Read On
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Beneficiary presented Bill of Lading without issue date but there is on board date. As per New ISBP 11) a. iii, Is This Acceptable?
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