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Autonomy Principle and Fraud Exception in Documentary Letters of Credit, a Comparative Study between United States and England

References Angelica-Whitewear Ltd v Bank of Nova Scotia 36 D.L.R. (4th) 161, EYB 1987-67726 ARKINS, JR. “Snow White v. Frost White: Th e New Cold War in Banking Law?.” JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BANKING LAW 15, no. 2 (2000): 30-41 Banco Santander S.A. v. Bayfern Ltd, 1999 WL 250019 (Q.B. June 9, 1999), aff ’d, 2000 WL 191098 (C.A. Feb. 25, 2000) Buckley, Ross P., and Xiang Gao. “Development of the Fraud Rule in Letter of Credit Law: Th e Journey So Far and the Road Ahead.” U. Pa. J. Int’l Econ. L

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Investor-State Dispute Settlement and the Future of the Precautionary Principle

Sadeleer ed., 2007); Lawrence Kogan, What Goes Around Comes Around: How UNCLOS Ratification Will Herald Europe ’s Precautionary Principle as U.S. Law , 7 Santa Clara J. Int’l L. 23 (2009); Lucas Bergkamp, Legal and Administrative Systems: Implications for Precautionary Regulation, in The Reality of Precaution, Comparing Risk Regulation in the United States and Europe 434-79 (Jonathan B. Weiner, Michael D. Rogers, James K. Hammit, & Peter H. Sand eds., 2011); Elisa Vecchione, Is It Possible to Provide Evidence of Insufficient Evidence? The Precautionary Principle at

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