The Reclamation Rights of Unpaid and Unsecured Sellers in International Trade

Thursday, January 1st, 1987 at 12:00 am by Graeme S. Cooper
Graeme S. Cooper, The Reclamation Rights of Unpaid and Unsecured Sellers in International Trade, 1987 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 17

This work will examine the position and remedies of an unpaid seller in an international sale of goods, concentrating upon the seller’s rights to recovery of the goods sold, rather than rights against the buyer personally. The seller’s rights to a preferential claim to the proceeds of their sale will also be considered in passing. The seller’s position will be examined primarily under the domestic law of the United States and England with some reference also to the laws of several European civil law nations and the developing recognition of this practice in the European Community, for comparison.

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Lecturer in Law, University of Sydney. B.A. 1978, LL.M. (Hons.) 1986, Dip. Jur. 1982, University of Sydney, LL.M. 1986, University of Illinois.