The Legal Basis for Third Party Entry into Counter-Contracts (Quote)
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2018, Volume 7, Issue 25 part 2, Pages 20-64
Trade contracts are one of the most important contracts in international trade contracts at the recent time because of their great economic benefits and the benefits accruing to the State in applying this approach in its international trade. It is also worth noting that the opposite contracts of trade have several forms that the state can apply to, (Barter, counter-purchase and repurchase, as well as replacement by direct replacement and indirect replacement), which requires a legal regulation specifying the rights and obligations of the parties to such contracts and the penalties resulting from their failure to implement As well as the possibility of entering a third party in these contracts to serve as a party in the performance of its obligations in the second contract (the corresponding contract) and to discuss the legal bases that could explain the entry of this party to serve as a counterpart to the opposite trade contracts.
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