This is an open-book take-home exam. You may consult any resources for this take-home exam. You are NOT expected to provide a bibliography.
You do not need to reference your work in the same way you reference your coursework. However, you must NOT copy text from books, articles or online sources. If you do quote, you MUST make clear that this is what you are doing by the use of quotation marks and cite the source of your quotation (e.g.: (Jones, 2019) or ‘Jones says in Cases of English Contract Law that…’). Citations are included in the word count. Footnotes are not expected.
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Word limit 600 words
Sarmas Ltd, a company located in Norwich and specialised in the export of grain, concludes a sales contract with Baking Bakery, a large chain of bakeries headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland (US). The contract falls under the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of Goods (CISG). The contract is for the sale of 10,000 kilogrammes of grain to be sold under ‘FOB Incoterms 2020.’ The contract contains a clause stating that the grain should be shipped on the 22nd of March 2020 on board a vessel that should be nominated at least seven days before that date (22nd March). No ship is nominated until the 21st of March. Sarmas Ltd refuses to deliver the grain as the delay in nominating the ship has caused stock problems for Sarmas Ltd and they no longer have any grain available for shipment.. Sarmas Ltd does receive a new shipment of grain on the 23rd of March and contacts Baking Bakery to say they can now deliver the grain to Baking Bakery. The grain is left in Sarmas Ltd’s warehouse whilst Baking Bakery finds a ship to transport the grain. On 30th of March Baking Bakery finds a ship that can transport the grainn. They contact Sarmas Ltd, however the grain has started to rot and can no longer be shipped. Therefore, Sarmas Ltd refuses again to deliver the grain.. Baking Bakery is now seeking damages against Sarmas Ltd for non-delivery of the grain.
Advise Sarmas Ltd.
Your answer only needs to incorporate reference to the CISG and the Incoterms. There is no need to reference domestic law.
problem question on sale of goods
· Focuses only on CISG and Incoterms.
· No need to reference domestic law.
· No need to study SOGA 1979.
· For the Incoterms focus on ICC Incoterms, not domestic interpretation of trade terms.
· Same focus as during the lectures: FOB and CIF (under ICC)
· CISG is available through the reading list, but otherwise just google CISG and it is available online. You can then have it with you during the exam.
Word limit 600 words
Explain the difference between challenging and enforcing an arbitral award. With reference to English law, discuss whether an award that was challenged or already set aside in another jurisdiction can still be successfully enforced in England.
Please make sure you engage with the relevant primary sources of law when answering these questions, such as the English Arbitration Act, the New York Convention and applicable case law.
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