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and its misapplication in Australian courts has had serious consequences: clients have been disadvantaged, professional obligations have been heavily glossed over, the administration of justice has been compromised, and client costs and judicial resources wasted. This article points out that CISG cases are disseminated and analysed throughout the world, and Australian misapplication of the CISG has not gone unnoticed. This reflects upon the reputation of the Australian legal profession, Australian courts, and Australia’s viability as a location for international dispute resolution. It is argued that, while other ...
When you enter into a contract for the supply of goods it is the usual rule of law (with very limited exceptions) that title (i.e. ownership) to those goods passes to the purchaser at the time of delivery. Should you offer credit terms whereby the cash for the goods is payable after delivery then your business could well catch a nasty case of ‘bad credit flu’ should your purchaser become reticent in making payment on the credit terms agreed, or worst still, become insolvent. Due to the nature of sale of goods contracts, in the event of non-payment, the only remedy left is for ... Read More
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