The international law of transport is the area of law which deals with means of transports. The law can be applied to the whole transportation system, as well as vehicles, things and behaviours. The international law of transport can be divided into two main areas which include legislation made by elected officials (e.g. Government) or delegated entities, and case law decided by courts. Legislation usually consists of statutes known as Acts and regulations, Case law consists of judgements originated by the court. The international law of transport is at the base of international relations, trade and travels as it involves all the means of transport.
The international communication law refers to the regulations of communications via wire or radio. It includes all the rules which govern the broadcasting and the telecommunication services, as well as cable televisions services, satellite communications and the Internet. The most important treaty related to the international communication law is the International Telecommunications Convention of 1982.
The international commerce law is a set of rules, conventions and treaties which govern the international commercial and business transactions. In this context, important are the international commercial contracts which consist of sale transactions agreements made by parties of different nations. Considering the international commercial law, the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is the main convention for international sales of products.
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