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Examining the conflicts between drafts and letters of credit

Financial Regulation International

Examining the conflicts between drafts and letters of credit

Transferability in letters of credit (LCs) is one of the most significant features increasing the speed and security of payments. Almost all related rules have recognised “transfer” and “assignment of proceeds” as the methods for conferring LCs. However, these ways have their own pitfalls.

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