Financial and Commerce

Introduction to commercial documents

Commercial documents, in their general sense, include notes, bills, checks, bonds, treasury documents, public storage bills, company stocks, bills of lading, etc.

Commercial documents, in their general sense, include notes, bills, checks, bonds, treasury documents, public storage bills, company stocks, bills of lading, etc., as well as in a specific sense, namely, bills, promissory notes and checks in the field of business relations and even transactions between non-traders are widespread. Public trust and confidence in these documents will also be of interest to the recipients of documents, even in other post-export transfers (including periodicals), and the value contained in the text of the document will remain so that the commercial documents are meant special substitutes for money and used as commodities in transactions. The growing development of domestic and international trade and the necessity of the speed and convenience of business and the role that the circulation of capital and the volume of trade exchanges in the political and economic destinies of countries has led governments to come up with rules and regulations, business and merchant security in business relationships. There is no businessman who does not deal with these documents daily. On the other hand, with the flow of capital, a businessman needs security and legal support in keeping with the two principles of speed and ease. Something that cannot be achieved using the usual methods in the civil rights system. Hence, in domestic and international legal systems, there are special rules governing the conduct of transactions, which usually do not have such civil law documents. We recommend familiarizing them with business documents to all enthusiasts and activists in this field. This training course is provided by OXFORD EDU in various countries.