With the growing complexity of international trade, practitioners in commercial law increasingly need access to scholarly sources and foreign case law. A goal of the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG) has been the standard of a aglobal jurisconsultorium, a where judges and arbitrators would share resources and consult what has been done in foreign jurisdictions. However, without the prior work of material-collecting, proper translation into English, and organization of the resulting abundance of material, compliance with this goal would be impossible. The Practitioneras Guide to the CISG is a direct answer to that need and a decisive step toward fulfilling that goal. Written by three scholars from six different countries, the book represents the best analyses of CISG cases available anywhere. The chapters that follow provide legal counsel with easy, organized access to key, legal case abstracts drawn from multiple jurisdictions and valuable, summary comments on each article of the CISG.Products are being allocated between the joint venture partners in accordance with their proportionate ownership interest. ... Buyer is a major international player in the field of exploration, production, and refining of crude oil and distribution of oil products and gas. ... On June 11, 1998, Sellers were informed Buyer that the levels of mercury in the Rijn Blend made it unacceptable for further processing oranbsp;...
|Title||:||Practitioner's Guide to the CISG|
|Author||:||Camilla Baasch Andersen, Bruno Zeller|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2010-11-01|