International transport law

Sender’s responsibility towards the sub-carrier (payments)

Sender’s responsibility towards the  sub-carrier not paid by the carrier (bankrupted) ex art. 7-ter D.lgs. 286/2005.Negotiation and redaction of transactional…
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International transport sender and the French sub-carrier: payment responsibility

Counseling on the Italian sender’s responsibility towards the French sub-carrier not paid by the principal carrier. Detecting the applicable law,…
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Debt collecting in international transport: European cease and desist order

International transportation and lack of payment European cease and desist order deposited through the competent Spanish court Countries: Spain and…
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Incoterms International Chamber of Commerce 2010 and coordination with credit letter

Counseling on Incoterms CCI rev.2010 and coordinating with the international sale contract and the payment through credit letter. Choice of…
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Responsibility for the risks and expenses of the journey fo the goods under international sale

Counseling on the international sale contract and on the return clauses of the goods in order to reduce the risks…
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Damage repair for late delivery caused by international carrier: CMR convention over the responsibility of the carrier.

Goods left conforms with the exworks return clauses but arrived damaged to the destination. Presence of correct instructions for the…
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Damage repair for late delivery caused by international maritime carrier

Late delivery of the vehicle and contractual responsibility Countries: Italy Industry: food and agriculture
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Debt collecting in international transport: dispute in Cameroon

Detecting applicable laws Payment of dues Countries: Cameroon and Italy Industry: International Transport
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Debt collecting in international transport: forced execution Croatia

Monitory proceeding before the Italian judge European executive title Forced execution Croatia Countries: Croatia and Italy Industry: International Transport
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Marcello

Dear Aurelia, the information you have provided are not sufficient for an answer which is subject to a professional engagement. In any case, we should study the provisions of the contract and identify governing law of the contract.If it does not provide anything on governing law then conflict law shall apply (in the most part of the countries likely the governing law will be the law of the country where the agent is domiciled). best regards Marcello Mantelli

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Aurelia

I signed a contract with a fashion agency but there were no termination clauses in the contract and decided to withdraw it before one week after signature so sent them an email but after 14 days they sent me an email and asserted that because i didnt withdraw in legal deadlines i have to perform the contract and pay whole money.Noboday told me about any deadlines and nothing was in the contract!! Why did they claim such a thing?

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