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Interlegal offers online training course in commodity trading

22 September 20222 min reading

On September 28-29, Interlegal jointly with Black Sea Institute of Maritime and Commercial Law hereby invite you to participate in traditional training course “English Contract law in Commodity trading: focus on grains and oilseeds in 2022 ” for trade and logistic companies.

When: September: 28-29, 2022, 12:00 PM

Where: YouTube

English & Russian simultaneous translation

Course partners: EBA, APK-inform, УЗА, RDL group

For international grain trade, standard proformas of GAFTA and FOSFA contracts usually apply. Grain and Feed Trade Association (GAFTA) and Federation of Oils, Seeds and Fats (FOSFA) are non-governmental international associations and arbitration bodies whose main goal is to facilitate international trade in grains, feed, oils and fats.

It is not a secret to agricultural traders and brokers that English law plays a dominant role in international trade of raw materials. This is true even where the parties and the goods being sold are not related to England at all. English law has a rich history of case law serving as guidance for traders when selling on FOB, CIF terms etc.


“Training course English Contract Law in Trade of Raw Materials: Focus on Grains and Oilseeds in 2022 held by Interlegal law firm is a unique intellectual product made by Interlegal, based on our experience in law since 1995 and not supported by any international associations or governmental bodies”

Upon completion of the training course, all participants will be awarded a Certificate on completion of the training course in electronic form.

For detailed information on the course, registration and participation conditions please, visit

https://interlegal.com.ua/en/events/practic_couse_english_contract_laW/

 


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