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Analyzing CIF Contracts in Relation to the Sale of Documents Relating to Goods

Key Concepts and Context

“A cif sale is not a sale of goods but a sale of documents relating to goods. It is not a contract that goods shall arrive, but a contract to ship goods complying with the contract of sale, to obtain, unless the contract otherwise provides, the ordinary contract of carriage to the place of destination, and the ordinary contract of insurance of the goods on that voyage, and to tender these documents against payment of the contract price.”

Critically analyse the above in relation to cif contracts.

Note that it is the overall level of engagement and knowledge displayed that will be marked, in a holistic manner, rather than awarding points for individual sections. Each part/section counts “the same” insofar as to say: there is no percentage attached to each part/section. Rather, we are looking for consistency in application and the ability to cross-reference knowledge between the individual parts, where applicable.

As students of International Contracts, guidance and tuition will have provided you with relevant information and background knowledge to complete this assignment.

Nonetheless, some research above and beyond the taught material will have to be carried out to show level M accomplishment of the criteria which will be marked at the relevant level of accomplishment.

Please use the following file format ie a Word document. We cannot ensure that other formats are compatible with markers’ software and cannot guarantee to mark incorrect formats.

  • Your student number
  • The module name and number
  • Your word count
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Copy work from any source, including your own previous assessments, and present it as your own work for this assessment, or to provide your own work to others

Analysis of CIF contracts

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You have proof read your work thoroughly to ensure your work is presented appropriately

You have addressed all the required elements of the assessment

You have referenced in accordance with the guidance provided

You have addressed each of the marking criteria

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