This book, written in three parts, introduces the reader to the basics of the international trade and elaborates on bills of lading and charterparties in depth.
Author: Arunachalam Kasi
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Electronic books
This book, written in three parts, introduces the reader to the basics of the international trade and elaborates on bills of lading and charterparties in depth. While the book is based on the English law, cases and materials from other jurisdictions, particularly Singapore, Malaysia, India, the USA, and Australia are brought in to provide an international perspective. The practical analyses, commentary and critiques of cases would be a useful guide for practitioners in developing case arguments. Although written with practitioners, academicians and students in mind, the book will also serve as a useful guide for sea carriers, freight forwarders, international traders, financiers, etc. as the complex subject is presented in reader-friendly and easy to grasp manner. Arun Kasi is a law-practitioner and arbitrator, specialising in maritime law. While being an active practitioner, he has always been highly academically inclined. He graduated with his law degree when he was 19 years old and has been working in the field since then. To date, over a span of 30 years, he has authored or co-authored six law books and about 40 articles.