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|Title:||Working Towards a New Set of Global Rules for Certain Satellite-Related Commercial Transactions in the Tradition of the Incoterms® Rules|
|Publisher:||International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research|
|Citation:||Sandalinas, J. (2018). Working Towards a New Set of Global Rules for Certain Satellite-Related Commercial Transactions in the Tradition of the Incoterms® Rules. International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research, 13(), 286-301. doi: 10.2902/1725-0463.2018.13.art17|
|Abstract:||Due to the lack of a unitary and concise private contractual practice related to satellite data and imagery, some academics favour a remote sensing convention as the lack of regulation and system controls creates ambiguities and adaptation problems. In this article, the author suggests to the scientific community the creation of a legal base and a contractual paradigm, leading to the establishment of a new set of satellite and individual trade-related terms. Such terms would be applied uniformly to the satellite data and imagery of online transactions. A practical, fast and effective method would allow parties to close online transactions in a more legally secure manner, at least theoretically.|
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