Garantías a Primer Requerimiento URDG 758: Incluye formularios

No. 758ES

ISBN : 978-84-899-2442-0

Las garantías a primer requerimiento, son instrumentos modernos que presentan ciertas ventajas frente a otros medios de garantía; se caracterizan por su gran liquidez y facilidad de ejercicio, ya que los bancos pagan a “primera demanda”.

Su carácter documental y de independencia de estas frente al negocio que les da origen, las convierten en instrumentos de gran versatilidad, pues pueden ser utilizadas para garantizar todo tipo de obligaciones. Particularmente en Europa y América Latina su uso es cada vez más frecuente en licitaciones públicas y en diversas operaciones mercantiles.

Las nuevas Garantías a Primer Requerimiento URDG 758 no se limitan a actualizar las URDG 458, sino que son el resultado de un ambicioso proceso que pretende aportar un nuevo conjunto de normas para las garantías a primer requerimiento en el siglo XXI, normas que sean más claras, más precisas y más completas.

Además, las nuevas URDG 758 incorporan un conjunto de innovaciones dictadas por la evolución de las prácticas y por la necesidad de evitar disputas como pone de manifiesto la nueva norma que propone la sustitución de divisas cuando resulta imposible el pago en la divisa especificada en la garantía.

Edición en 4 idiomas: inglés-español-portugués-catalán. 

CCI Reglas Uniformes Relativas a las Garantias a Primer Requerimiento - Incluye formularios - Revision 2010 

ICC Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees - Including Model Forms - 2010 Revision 

Regles Uniformes d'ICC Relatives a les Garanties al Primer Requeriment - Inclou formularis - Revisio 2010 

Regras Uniformes da CCI para as Garantias a Pedido - Inclui Formularios - Revisao da 2010

Code ISBN : 978-84-899-2442-0
Weight : 0.2400 kgs
Number of pages : 200
Publishing date : 2010
Language : English-Spanish-Portuguese-Catalan
Format in cm : 14*24

1.  Foreword

2.    Introduction 

3.    Article 1 Application of URDG

4.    Article 2 Definitions

5.    Article 3 Interpretation

6.    Article 4 Issue and effectiveness

7.    Article 5 Independence of guarantee and counter-guarantee

8.    Article 6 Documents v. goods, services or performance

9.    Article 7 Non-documentary conditions

10.  Article 8 Content of instructions and guarantees

11.  Article 9 Application not taken up

12.  Article 10 Advising of guarantee or amendment

13.  Article 11 Amendments

14.  Article 12 Extent of guarantor’s liability under guarantee

15.  Article 13 Variation of amount of guarantee

16.  Article 14 Presentation

17.  Article 15 Requirements for demand

18.  Article 16 Information about demand

19.  Article 17 Partial demand and multiple demands; amount of demands

20.  Article 18 Separateness of each demand

21.  Article 19 Examination

22.  Article 20 Time for examination of demand; payment

23.  Article 21 Currency of payment

24.  Article 22 Transmission of copies of complying demand

25.  Article 23 Extend or pay

26.  Article 24 Non-complying demand, waiver and notice

27.  Article 25 Reduction and termination

28.  Article 26 Force majeure

29.  Article 27 Disclaimer on effectiveness of documents

30.  Article 28 Disclaimer on transmission and translation

31.  Article 29 Disclaimer for acts of another party

32.  Article 30 Limits on exemption from liability

33.  Article 31 Indemnity for foreign laws and usages

34.  Article 32 Liability for charges

35.  Article 33 Transfer of guarantee and assignment of proceeds

36.  Article 34 Governing law

37.  Article 35 Jurisdiction 

38.  APPENDICES 

a.    Form of Demand Guarantee under URDG 758

b.    Optional Clauses

c.    Form of Counter-Guarantee under URDG 758

d.    ICC Task force on Guarantees

e.    DOCDEX

39.  ICC at a Glance

40.  Some ICC Specialized Divisions

41.  Some Product for Global Business

 

Dr Georges Affaki is Chairman of the URDG 758 Drafting Group. He is a member of the Executive Committee and Head of Structured Finance at BNP Paribas, CIB Legal. He is also Vice-Chairman of the ICC Banking Commission and Chairman of the Task Force on Guarantees. Dr Affaki is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Paris II and represents ICC at the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UN) Working Group VI – Secured Transactions. He is the author of several books and articles on international banking, secured lending and arbitration, including “A User’s Handbook to the URDG”, ICC Pub 631.

Sir Roy Goode is Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of St. John’s College, Oxford. A retired Queen’s Counsel, he chaired the drafting committee at diplomatic conferences for four international conventions. A former Chairman of ICC’s Commission on International Commercial Practice, he chaired the Drafting Group that finalised ICC’s first Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees 458 and is the author of “Guide to the ICC Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees”, ICC Pub 510. He is a Fellow of the British Academy and was knighted in 2000 for services to academic law.

Customers who bought this product also bought