Factoring under Ottawa Convention and its Legal Nature under Iranian Law
Factoring is a method of financing which typically accelerates the process of receiving funds for short-term claims. Within this mechanism the supplier of goods or services on credit terms may sell its claims to a factor at a discounted price. while in most countries it is the assignment of receivables that provides the underlying legal basis for factoring transactions, the procedures whereby such assignments are effected and the rules which govern the different aspects of them differ considerably, , to reduce such uncertainties and to promote international trade, the UNIDROIT adopted the Convention on International Factoring (“Ottawa Convention”). As a result of its innovation in giving choice to the factor in performing at least two out of the four common factoring functions, (unlike the traditional factoring), the legal nature of international factoring transactions governed by this convention, is not always limited to the institution of assignment of entitlements.
The Judiciary Law Journal, Volume:80 Issue: 95, 2016
133 to 159
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