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商業信用状およびスタンドバイ信用状に関する法 第4版

The Law of Letters of Credit: Commercial and Standby Credits, 4th Edition

John Dolan

2 vols. Looseleaf. 2007 to date.(追録年2回)

A. S. Pratt (LexisNexis). ISBN: 9780769878850

¥157,503

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信用取引の成立から修正、終了、譲渡までの一連の段階を扱い、取引の実務とその基盤となるメカニズムを明快に解説。米国法のみならず、ICCのUCP(信用状統一規則)、ISP(国際スタンドバイ規則)など国際的な取引規範もカバーしています。裁判所での引用頻度の高い重要文献。

【主な論点】

国際取引における信用状の活用/不動産開発、動産リース、商業テナント賃料の保証としてのスタンドバイ信用状の活用/流動性の獲得/銀行引受手形、後日支払債務/受取人による信用状の移転・運用益の譲渡・見返り信用状の利用/ローン支払保証担保としての信用状/契約違反、救済、抗弁/信用取引と銀行規制 等

【Table of Contents】

VOLUME 1

1. Credits in the Credit Transaction—An Introduction

1.01 Standard Commercial Credit Transactions

1.02 "Pay, Accept, or Negotiate"

1.03 Role of the Correspondent Bank

1.04 Standby Credit

1.05 Distinguishing the Standby Credit From Performance and Payment Bonds

1.06 Frequent Uses of the Standby Credit

1.07 Accompanying Documents

1.08 Back-to-Back Credit

1.09 Revolving Credit

1.10 Revocable or Irrevocable Credit

1.11 Seller's Protection Under Section 2-325(1) of the Code

2. The Nature of Credits: What They Are and Are Not

2.01 The Credit Is Unique

2.02 Functional Definition

2.03 Uniform Commercial Code Definition

2.04 The Documentary Draft and the Documentary Demand for Payment

2.05 The Wichita Requirement

2.06 Documents Referred to as Letters of Credit

2.07 Meaning of "Conspicuous" in the 1962 Code

2.08 Distinguishing the Credit From Related Contracts

2.09 Clarifying Distinctions Between Credits and Related Contracts

2.10 Distinguishing Credit From Surety Contracts, Loan Commitments, Avals, and Open Account Collections

3. The Function of Credits

3.01 A Basic Misunderstanding—Letters of Credit vs. Contract and Negotiable Instrument Principles

3.02 Early Use of Bills of Exchange and Letters of Credit

3.03 The Credit Confronts the Law of Contract and the Law of Negotiable Instruments

3.04 Commercial Credit

3.05 Increased Use of the Commercial Credit and Adoption of the Uniform Customs

3.06 Standby Credit

3.07 The Credit's Functions

4. Sources of Credit Law

4.01 Basic Sources of Credit Law

4.02 Choice of Law

4.03 The Uniform Commercial Code

4.04 The Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits

4.05 Legislative Deference to the Unifonn Customs—Section 5-102(4)

4.06 The Code and the Uniform Customs

4.07 Role of Custom and Usage

4.08 Rules of Construction

4.09 The International Standby Practices 1998

4.10 Alternate Dispute-Resolution Rules

5. Establishing, Amending, and Terminating the Credit

5.01 Establishing the Credit

5.02 Amending the Credit

5.03 Terminating the Credit

6. The Issuer and the Beneficiary

6.01 Documents and the Duty to Donor

6.02 Two Views on Document Compliance—Strict Compliance vs. Substantial Compliance

6.03 Strict Compliance Rule

6.04 Strict Compliance Cases

6.05 The View Opposing Strict Compliance

6.06 Tempering the Effect of the Strict-Compliance Rule

6.07 Warranties of the Beneficiary and the Presenting Bank

7. The Issuer and the Applicant

7.01 Preliminary Observations

7.02 Issuer's Duty to Pay

7.03 Stopping Payment

7.04 Fraud in the Transaction

7.05 Issuer's Right to Reimbursement and Subrogation

7.06 Issuer's Duty to Counsel Applicant

7.07 Contracts to Issue a Credit

8. The Issuer and Third Parties

8.01 Introduction

8.02 Purchasers of Beneficiary is Draft or Demand and Other Protected Parties

8.03 Issuer as Good Faith Purchaser

8.04 Issuer's Interest in the Draft and Accompanying Documents

8.05 Issuer's Interest in Proceeds of Credit Postpayment

9. Breach: Remedies and Defenses

9.01 Breakdown in the Transaction

9.02 Improper Dishonor

9.03 Improper Payment and Disputes Among Applicant, Issuer, and Others

9.04 Breach of Warranty, Fraud, and Other Actions

9.05 Attachment

9.06 Some Affirmative Defenses

9.07 Reforming the Credit

9.08 Subrogation

9.09 Attorneys' Fees

10. Transfer and Assignment

10.01 Introduction

10.02 Benefits From the Credit

10.03 Transferring the Right to Claim the Benefit

10.04 Assigning the Right to Proceeds (Herein of Security Interests)

10.05 Consequences of Transfer and Assignment

10.06 Attachment and Other Involuntary Conveyances to Creditors

11 Questions of Procedure and Practice

11.01 Introduction

11.02 Jurisdiction and Venue

11.03 Joinder, Intervention, and Consolidation

11.04 Questions of Evidence and Proof

11.05 Injunctions

11.06 Summary Judgment

11.07 Declaratory Judgment, Interpleader, and Similar Actions

12. Credits and Bank Regulation

12.01 Introduction

12.02 Issuer Bank Insolvency

12.03 The Ultra Vires Question

12.04 Lending Limits, Participations, Interbank Liability, Insiders, and Affiliates

12.05 Miscellaneous

VOLUME 2

APPENDIX A Uniform Commercial Code Revised Article 5 (Letters of Credit)

APPENDIX B Uniform Commercial Code Article 5 (1962 Version) (Letters of Credit)

APPENDIX C UCP 600: Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (2006 Version)

APPENDIX D Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (1993 Version)

APPENDIX E Illustrative Letter of Credit Documents

APPENDIX F Convention on Independent Guarantees and Stand-by Letters of Credit

APPENDIX G Comptroller of the Currency Interpretive Ruling

APPENDIX H ICC Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees

APPENDIX I ICC Uniform Rules for Bank-to-Bank Reimbursements Under Documentary Credits

APPENDIX J Uniform Commercial Code Revised Article 9-Selected Provisions

APPENDIX K Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (1983 Version)

APPENDIX L International Standby Practices (ISP98)

 

GLOSSARY OF LETTER of CREDIT TERMS

BIBLIOGRAPHY

TABLE of UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE CITATIONS

TABLE of UNIFORM CUSTOMS AND PRACTICES

TABLE of CASES

INDEX