6.01 We saw in Chapter 4 that it is the beneficiary’s and a nominated bank’s responsibility under a letter of credit to ensure proper delivery of their documents to the issuing bank or the party named in the credit. Also the various ways in which to establish whether a particular presentation has duly reached the designated presentee bank, including the type of situations when that presentee bank can assert improper tendering of the documents as a reason to refuse to honour the submission. Chapter 5 dealt with the nature and scope of the presentee bank’s duty to...
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