Boundaries and Intersections

5th Annual MAA Schlechtriem CISG Conference

Ingeborg Schwenzer (Redaktør) ; Lisa Spagnolo (Redaktør)

Serie: International Commerce and Arbitration (ICA) 18

This book explores how the Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) interacts with non-uniform domestic laws, international laws and soft laws in jurisdictions around the world. Les mer
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This book explores how the Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) interacts with non-uniform domestic laws, international laws and soft laws in jurisdictions around the world. It covers topics as diverse as: recent US federal court encounters with mthe CISG; roots and traces of the CISG in the Common European Sales Law (CESL); and potential coverage of 'emotional defects' by the CISG. Other chapters pose a novel approach to determining the CISG's scope or look beyond the CISG to future developments and directions. This volume is sure to provide food for thought for anyone advising on or interested in international commercial transactions, and is a valuable addition to the collections of academics and practitioners alike.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface; Foreword by Cyril Emery; 1. The Roots and Traces of the CISG in the Draft of a Common European Sales Law; 2. Reading Article 4 with Article 7 Glasses: Shaping the CISG's Material Scope; 3. Survey of Recent U.S. Cases Dealing with the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG); 4. The 'Swiss Proposal' on Future Work on International Contract Law - Building on Sandy Soil?; 5. Emotional Non-Conformity in the International Sale of Goods, Particularly in Relation to CSR-Policies and Codes of Conduct; 6. The Validity of International Sales Contracts: Irrelevance of the 'Validity Exception' in Article 4 Vienna Sales Convention and a Novel Approach to Determining the Convention's Scope; 7. Beyond the CISG.

Om forfatteren

Ingeborg Schwenzer is Dean of Swiss International Law School, Professor of Private Law, University of Basel, Chair of the CISG Advisory Council, and regularly acts as arbitrator and counsel. She has published extensively on the law of obligations, commercial arbitration and family law, and edits the world's leading CISG Commentary and Global Sales and Contract Law. Lisa Spagnolo is at Monash University Law Faculty, a Fellow of the Institute of International Commercial Law, and a Rapporteur for the CISG Advisory Council. She has written extensively on the CISG.