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UN convention on contracts for the international sale ope of goods (CISG)

By: Kroll, Sefan.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: United Kingdom: Hart Publishing, Description: lxiii, 1251, p.ISBN: 9783406584169.DDC classification: 343.878
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Sphere of Application and General Provisions ch. I Sphere of Application Article 1 /​ Loukas Mistelis Article 2 /​ Frank Spohnheimer Article 3 /​ Anjanette Raymond Article 4 /​ Milena Djordjevic Article 5 /​ John Ribeiro Article 6 /​ Loukas Mistelis ch. II General Provisions Article 7 /​ Pilar Perales Viscasillas Article 8 /​ Alberto I. Zuppi Article 9 /​ Pilar Perales Viscasillas Article 10 /​ Stavros Brekoulakis Articles 11-13 /​ Pilar Perales Viscasillas pt. II Formation of the Contract Introduction Remarks to Articles 14-24 /​ Franco Ferrari Articles 14-24 /​ Franco Ferrari pt. III Sale of Goods ch. I General Provisions Articles 25-29 /​ Andrea K. Bjorklund ch. II Obligations of the Seller Article 30 /​ Burghard Piltz Section I Delivery the goods and handing over of documents Articles 31-34 /​ Burghard Piltz Section II Conformity of the goods and third party claims Contents note continued: Introduction Remarks to Articles 35-44 /​ Stefan Kroll Articles 35-44 /​ Stefan Kroll Section III Remedies for breach of contract by the seller Articles 45-49 /​ Peter Huber Articles 50-52 /​ Ivo Bach ch. III Obligations of the Buyer Article 53 /​ Arjun Harindranath Section I Payment of the price Articles 54-59 /​ Arjun Harindranath Section II Taking delivery Article 60 /​ Arjun Harindranath Introduction to Articles 61-65 /​ Garry F. Bell Section III Remedies for breach of contract by the buyer Articles 61-65 /​ Garry F. Bell ch. IV Passing of Risk Articles 66-67 /​ John Erauw Articles 68-69 /​ Anjanette Raymond Article 70 /​ John Erauw ch. V Provisions Common to the Obligations of the Seller and of the Buyer Section I Anticipatory breach and instalment contracts Introduction to Articles 71-73 /​ Djakhongir Saidov Articles 71-73 /​ Djakhongir Saidov Section II Damages Articles 74-78 /​ John Gotanda Contents note continued: Section III Interest Article 78 /​ John Gotanda Section IV Exemption Article 79 /​ Yesim M. Atamer Section V Effects of avoidance Article 80 /​ Yesim M. Atamer Articles 81-84 /​ Michal Bridge Section VI Preservation of Goods Introduction Remarks to Articles 85 88 /​ Hiroo Sono Articles 85-88 /​ Hiroo Sono pt. IV Final Provisions Articles 89-101 /​ Johnny Herre.
Summary: First, this commentary aims to be an international approach to the CISG: it brings together authors from fifteen countries in four continents with a wide range of profound academic and practical expertise. They include some very well established names in the field and few very promising newcomers. Second, the coverage is consistent in addressing the general principles and drafting history of each article before providing a detailed commentary and discussion of comparable rules in other instruments, namely the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts ("PICC"), the Principles of European Contract Law ("PECL") and the Draft Common Frame of Reference ("DCFR"), as well as Incoterms 2010 where necessary. Finally, this commentary highlights all the main commercial law aspects of international sales as well as covering civil law dimensions. Private international law and "procedural" aspects, such as burden of proof, are also consistently addressed. While we reflect on the doctrinal discussion on the CISG, we have made every effort to also be practical and give due regard to case law with the hope to make this a book useful for both academics and practitioners. -- Foreword.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 1223-[1234]) and index.

Machine generated contents note: pt. I Sphere of Application and General Provisions
ch. I Sphere of Application
Article 1 /​ Loukas Mistelis
Article 2 /​ Frank Spohnheimer
Article 3 /​ Anjanette Raymond
Article 4 /​ Milena Djordjevic
Article 5 /​ John Ribeiro
Article 6 /​ Loukas Mistelis
ch. II General Provisions
Article 7 /​ Pilar Perales Viscasillas
Article 8 /​ Alberto I. Zuppi
Article 9 /​ Pilar Perales Viscasillas
Article 10 /​ Stavros Brekoulakis
Articles 11-13 /​ Pilar Perales Viscasillas
pt. II Formation of the Contract
Introduction Remarks to Articles 14-24 /​ Franco Ferrari
Articles 14-24 /​ Franco Ferrari
pt. III Sale of Goods
ch. I General Provisions
Articles 25-29 /​ Andrea K. Bjorklund
ch. II Obligations of the Seller
Article 30 /​ Burghard Piltz
Section I Delivery the goods and handing over of documents
Articles 31-34 /​ Burghard Piltz
Section II Conformity of the goods and third party claims
Contents note continued: Introduction Remarks to Articles 35-44 /​ Stefan Kroll
Articles 35-44 /​ Stefan Kroll
Section III Remedies for breach of contract by the seller
Articles 45-49 /​ Peter Huber
Articles 50-52 /​ Ivo Bach
ch. III Obligations of the Buyer
Article 53 /​ Arjun Harindranath
Section I Payment of the price
Articles 54-59 /​ Arjun Harindranath
Section II Taking delivery
Article 60 /​ Arjun Harindranath
Introduction to Articles 61-65 /​ Garry F. Bell
Section III Remedies for breach of contract by the buyer
Articles 61-65 /​ Garry F. Bell
ch. IV Passing of Risk
Articles 66-67 /​ John Erauw
Articles 68-69 /​ Anjanette Raymond
Article 70 /​ John Erauw
ch. V Provisions Common to the Obligations of the Seller and of the Buyer
Section I Anticipatory breach and instalment contracts
Introduction to Articles 71-73 /​ Djakhongir Saidov
Articles 71-73 /​ Djakhongir Saidov
Section II Damages
Articles 74-78 /​ John Gotanda
Contents note continued: Section III Interest
Article 78 /​ John Gotanda
Section IV Exemption
Article 79 /​ Yesim M. Atamer
Section V Effects of avoidance
Article 80 /​ Yesim M. Atamer
Articles 81-84 /​ Michal Bridge
Section VI Preservation of Goods
Introduction Remarks to Articles 85
88 /​ Hiroo Sono
Articles 85-88 /​ Hiroo Sono
pt. IV Final Provisions
Articles 89-101 /​ Johnny Herre.

First, this commentary aims to be an international approach to the CISG: it brings together authors from fifteen countries in four continents with a wide range of profound academic and practical expertise. They include some very well established names in the field and few very promising newcomers. Second, the coverage is consistent in addressing the general principles and drafting history of each article before providing a detailed commentary and discussion of comparable rules in other instruments, namely the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts ("PICC"), the Principles of European Contract Law ("PECL") and the Draft Common Frame of Reference ("DCFR"), as well as Incoterms 2010 where necessary. Finally, this commentary highlights all the main commercial law aspects of international sales as well as covering civil law dimensions. Private international law and "procedural" aspects, such as burden of proof, are also consistently addressed. While we reflect on the doctrinal discussion on the CISG, we have made every effort to also be practical and give due regard to case law with the hope to make this a book useful for both academics and practitioners. -- Foreword.

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