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  • 新编国际商法英语教程[平装]
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  • 作者:李浚帆(作者),梁雁(作者)
  • 出版社:清华大学出版社;第1版(2009年4月1日)
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    《新编国际商法英语教程》为新编国际商务英语系列教材之一。

    目录

    Chapter 1 国际商法导论
    1.1 国际商法概述
    1.1.1 国际商法的定义
    1.1.2 现代国际商法
    1.1.3 国际商法的渊源
    1.2 大陆法系
    1.2.1 大陆法系简介
    1.2.2 大陆法的特点
    1.2.3 大陆法的渊源
    1.3 普通法系
    1.3.1 普通法系简介
    1.3.2 普通法的特点
    1.3.3 英国法的特点及渊源
    1.3.4 美国法的特点及渊源
    1.4 两大法系的比较
    1.4.1 两大法系的区别
    1.4.2 两大法系的新发展
    1.5 与国际商法有关的国际组织
    1.5.1 国际商会
    1.5.2 国际法协会
    1.5.3 联合国国际贸易法委员会
    1.5.4 国际统一私法协会
    1.6 国际商法与中国

    Chapter 2 合同法(一)
    2.1 合同法概述
    2.1.1 合同的定义及特征
    2.1.2 合同的作用
    2.1.3 各国合同法的简要介绍
    2.2 合同的成立
    2.2.1 要约与承诺
    2.2.2 对价与约因
    2.2.3 当事人的订约能力
    2.2.4 合同的形式
    2.2.5 合同的合法性
    2.2.6 合意的真实性
    2.3 合同的履行
    2.3.1 基本要点
    2.3.2 违约
    2.3.3 违约的救济方法
    2.3.4 情势变迁、合同落空和不可抗力
    2.4 合同的让与
    2.4.1 合同让与的概念
    2.4.2 合同债权让与
    2.4.3 合同债务承担
    2.4.4 合同权利与义务的概括转让
    2.5 合同的消灭
    2.5.1 大陆法系的规定
    2.5.2 英美法系的规定
    2.5.3 中国法的规定
    2.5.4 时效
    案例
    格式之战
    过去的对价还是已履行的对价
    发盘人与受盘人通过即时通信手段订立合同
    埃索石油公司购买税案

    Chapter 3 合同法(二)
    3.1 《联合国国际货物销售合同公约》
    3.I.1 《联合国国际货物销售合同公约》简介
    3.1.2 国际货物销售合同的订立
    3.1.3 买卖双方的义务
    3.1.4 违约及其救济
    3.1.5 风险的转移
    3.2 国际商事合同通则
    3.2.1 国际商事合同通则简介
    3.2.2 HCC与CISG的比较
    案例
    CISG之下买方就质量不符的举证责任及通知的要求
    管辖权和支付地点
    宣告合同无效与降价两种救济方法相互独立

    Chapter 4 商事组织法
    Chapter 5 票据法
    Chapter 6 产品责任法
    Chapter 7 代理法
    Chapter 8 反倾销法与反补贴法
    Chapter 9 竞争法
    Chapter 10 其他与国际商务有关的法律
    专业词汇表
    参考文献

    序言

    随着当今世界经济全球化的日益加深,对于许多行业,尤其是国际商务领域的从业人员来说,了解并熟悉国际通行的法律及惯例是事业成功的必要前提和重要保障。因此,对于国际商务相关专业的高校学生来说,很有必要熟练掌握相关的专业知识和英语词汇,这样才能够为将来的就业做好充分准备。为了帮助广大学生更好地完成这一任务,特编写这本《新编国际商法英语教程》,作为国际商务相关专业学生的核心专业课教材。
    本书参考国际商法经典中文教材编写,内容较为全面,涵盖合同法、商事组织法、票据法等重要内容。本书将专业知识与英语能力紧密地结合起来,旨在帮助读者在熟悉国际商法基础知识的同时提高英语水平。
    本书既可以用作国际贸易等专业学生的国际商法教材和相关专业教师进行双语教学的参考书,还可以为国际商务及涉外法律等行业的人士提供帮助。
    与其他同类教材相比,本书具有以下特色。
    1.形式丰富新颖
    本书每章开篇设有学习目标、开篇案例、热身问答,章末设有小组讨论题和真实案例,并且穿插一些有关重点或热点问题的阅读材料或图表,以帮助读者拓宽视野,加深理解。
    2.注重联系现实本书力图把握当今的全球化与时代感,就新出现的一些国际商法领域,如反倾销和反补贴法、竞争法、知识产权法、电子商务法等也进行了相应的介绍。全书各章(除“国际商法导论”外)都附有相关的真实案件和判例,以帮助读者更好地将书本理论与法律实践联系起来,并有利于提高学生的学习兴趣。

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    1.3.3Characteristics and Sources of English Law英国法的特点及渊源
    1. Characteristics of English law
    English law is divided into common law and equity, which represents the primary characteristic of it.
    The origins of the English common law lay in the justice of the king, exercised through his curiae,together with the customary law exercised in the old communal courts of shire and hundred, and thefeudal law exercised by the lord in relation to his own vassals. As overlord of all subjects, the king had aresidual right to give justice to all, and as feudal lord of the tenants-in-chief he had the right and theduty to sit in his curiae to hear their disputes. Until the time of Henry IT, royal justice was available tosubjects who were not tenants-in-chief only in exceptional cases~~ However, in the reign of Henry II,access to the king's justice was extended by the enactment of a principle that "no man need answer for hisfreehold land without the king's writ being obtained". As these royal writs became popular with fitigants,they increasingly sought the justice of the king's courts rather than the local or feudal courts, whichslowly declined.
    The king's justice was dispensed by the itinerant justices of the curiae. When the courts of CommonPleas, King's Bench, and Exchequer developed as separate entities, the law they applied was thecommon law. By the time of Edward I there was in existence a "common law" the law administered inthe king's courts throughout the land and therefore "common" to the whole kingdom.
    As early as the 15'h century, people started petitioning the King for relief against unfair judgmentsand as the number of petitioners rapidly grew, the King delegated the task of hearing petitions to the LordChancellorv. The Chancellors were required to pass judgment guided by conscience and based on moralsand equality. It has been suggested that ecclesiastics were chosen for this position as they belonged to thesmall class of people who were able to read and write. Since these early Chancellors had no fomml legaltraining, and were not guided by precedent, their decisions were often widely diverse. In 1529, alawyer, Sir Thomas More, was appointed as the Lord Chancellor, marking the beginning of a new era.After this time, all future Chancellors were lawyers, and from around 1557 onwards, records ofproceedings in the courts of chancery were kept, leading to the development of a number of equitabledoctrines.