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International sales law : a guide to the CISG / 3rd ed

International sales law : a guide to the CISG / 3rd ed (4회 대출)

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Schwenzer, Ingeborg H. Fountoulakis, Christiana. Dimsey, Mariel.
서명 / 저자사항
International sales law : a guide to the CISG / Ingeborg Schwenzer, Christiana Fountoulakis, Mariel Dimsey.
판사항
3rd ed.
발행사항
Oxford, UK :   Hart Publishing,   2019.  
형태사항
lii, 862 p. ; 25 cm.
기타표제
Guide to the Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods
ISBN
9781509919628 (paperback)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Export sales contracts. Conflict of laws --Sales.
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Introduction
Article 1 CISG
I. Overview
II. Autonomous Application of the CISG (Arts 1(1)(a), (2) and (3) CISG)
A. Contracting States
B. Place of Business in Different States
C. Contracts for the Sale of Goods
III. Applicability of the CISG in Private International Law (Article 1(1)(b) CISG)
A. Operation
B. The Reservation in Article 95 CISG
IV. Applicability of the CISG through the Parties’ Choice of Law
V. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
A. UNIDROIT Principles
B. Principles of European Contract Law (PECL)
Article 2 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 2(a) CISG
A. Purpose of Excluding Consumer Contracts
B. Exception to the General Rule in Article 2(a) CISG
C. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
III. Article 2(b) to (f) CISG
Article 3 CISG
I. Overview
II. The Definition of ‘Goods’
III. Goods to be Manufactured or Produced (Article 3(1) CISG)
IV. Supply of Labour or Other Services (Article 3(2) CISG)
Article 4 CISG
I. Overview
II. Matters of Validity (Article 4(a) CISG)
A. Operation of Article 4(a) CISG
B. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
III. Matters of Property (Article 4(b) CISG)
Article 5 CISG
Article 6 CISG
I. Overview
II. Opting-out of the CISG
III. Derogation from or Modification of the CISG
IV. Opting-in to the CISG
V. Comparison with the PICC 2016
Article 7 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 7(1) CISG
A. International Character and Uniform Application
(a) Autonomous Interpretation
(b) Persuasive Precedents
(c) The CISG Advisory Council and the UNCITRAL Digest
(d) Towards a Uniform Interpretative Approach
B. The Principle of Good Faith
(a) ‘Good Faith’ under the CISG
(b) ‘Good Faith’ in Other Legal Systems
III. Article 7(2) CISG
A. Primacy of ‘General Principles’ when Filling Gaps under the CISG
B. Important General Principles
Article 8 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 8(1) CISG
III. Article 8(2) and (3) CISG
IV. Interpretation of One Party’s General Conditions
V. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
VI. Applicability of Other Rules of Interpretation and Evidence
A. Introduction
B. Plain Meaning Rule
(a) Operation of the Plain Meaning Rule
(b) Comparison with PICC 2016
C. Parol Evidence Rule
D. Merger Clauses
(a) Under the CISG
(b) Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 9 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 9(1) CISG
A. Usages to which the Parties have Agreed
B. Practices Established between the Parties
III. Article 9(2) CISG
A. International Usages Regularly Observed in the Trade Concerned
B. Particular Aspects
(a) Letter of Confirmation
(i) Under the CISG
(ii) Under the PICC 2016
(b) Trade Terms and Other Sets of Rules
IV. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 10 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 10(a) CISG
III. Article 10(b) CISG
Article 11 CISG
I. Overview
II. Principle of Freedom from Form Requirements
III. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 12 CISG
I. Overview
II. Operation of Article 12 CISG
Article 13 CISG
I. Overview
II. Modern Interpretation of Article 13 CISG
III. Impact on Article 12 CISG
IV. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 14 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 14 CISG
B. Drafting History
II. Article 14(1) CISG
A. Definite Proposal
B. Intention to be Bound
C. Relationship between Article 14(1) and Article 55 CISG
III. Article 14(2) CISG
IV. Incorporation of Standard Terms
Article 15 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 15 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. Drafting History
II. Operation of Article 15 CISG
Article 16 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 16 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
(a) Anglo-American Law
(b) Civil Legal Systems
C. Drafting History
II. Article 16(1) CISG
III. Article 16(2)(a) CISG
IV. Article 16(2)(b) CISG and Promissory Estoppel
Article 17 CISG
Article 18 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 18 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
II. Article 18(1) CISG: Acceptance by Conduct/Silence
A. Acceptance by Conduct
B. Silence or Inactivity as Acceptance
III. Article 18(2) CISG
IV. Article 18(3) CISG
Article 19 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 19 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. Drafting History
II. Article 19(1) CISG
III. Article 19(2) CISG
IV. Article 19(3) CISG
V. Battle of the Forms
Article 20 CISG
Article 21 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 21 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
II. Article 21(1) CISG
III. Article 21(2) CISG
Article 22 CISG
Article 23 CISG
Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 23 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
Article 24 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 24 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. Drafting History
II. Article 24 CISG in the Age of Electronic Communication
Article 25 CISG
Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 25 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. Drafting History
Article 26 CISG
Overview
Article 27 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 27 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. International Principles
II. Article 27 CISG and Instantaneous Communication
Article 28 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 28 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
(a) Continental European Legal Systems
(b) Common Law Legal Systems
C. Drafting History
D. International Principles
II. Situations of Applicability of Article 28 CISG
Article 29 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 29 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. Drafting History
II. Article 29(1) CISG
III. Article 29(2) CISG
Article 30 CISG
I. Overview
II. The Seller’s Obligations in Detail
A. ‘Delivery’ of the Goods
B. ‘Handing over’ Documents
C. ‘Transfer of Property’ in the Goods
Article 31 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 31 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
(a) Carriage of the Goods
(b) Delivery by Placing Goods at Buyer’s Disposal
II. Article 31(a) CISG
III. Article 31(b) and (c) CISG
IV. INCOTERMS® and Article 31 CISG
V. Place of Performance as Place of Jurisdiction
Article 32 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 32(1) CISG
III. Article 32(2) CISG
Article 33 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 33(a) CISG
III. Article 33(b) CISG
IV. Article 33(c) CISG
Article 34 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 34 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. Drafting History
II. Time, Place and Form of Handing over Documents
III. Seller’s Right to Cure
Article 35 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 35 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. Drafting History
II. Article 35(1) CISG
A. General
B. Peius and Aliud
III. Article 35(2) CISG
A. Article 35(2)(a) CISG
(a) Ordinary Use
(b) ‘Average Quality’, ‘Merchantable Quality’, ‘Merchantability’
(c) Public Law Requirements
B. Article 35(2)(b) CISG—‘Fitness for a Particular Purpose’
C. Article 35(2)(c) CISG: Sale by Sample or Model
D. Article 35(2)(d) CISG: Packaging
IV. Article 35(3) CISG
V. Burden of Proof and Evidence of Lack of Conformity
VI. Concurring Remedies
Article 36 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 36 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
II. Operation of Article 36 CISG
Article 37 CISG
Articles 38 and 39 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Articles 38 and 39 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
(a) Civil Law Legal Systems
(b) Anglo-American Legal Systems
C. Drafting History
II. Examination of the Goods
A. Period for Examination
B. Manner of Examination
C. Postponement of Examination
III. Reasonable Period of Time under Article 39 CISG
IV. Specificity of Notice
V. Form of Notice
VI. Article 39(2) CISG Time Limit
VII. Application of Articles 38 and 39 CISG by Analogy?
VIII. CISG Advisory Council
Article 40 CISG
I. Overview
II. Operation of Article 40 CISG
Article 41 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 41 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
II. Operation of Article 41 CISG
Article 42 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 42 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
II. Mere Claims
III. Territorial Limitations
IV. Knowledge of the Seller
Article 43 CISG
Article 44 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 44 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. Drafting History
II. Operation of Article 44 CISG
Article 45 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 45(1) CISG
III. Article 45(2) CISG
IV. Article 45(3) CISG
Article 46 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 46 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
II. Performance of the Contract—Article 46(1) CISG
III. Claim to Substitute Delivery—Article 46(2) CISG
IV. Repair—Article 46(3) CISG
Article 47 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 47 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
II. Operation of Article 47 CISG
A. Necessity of a Nachfrist
B. Additional Period of Reasonable Length
C. Effect of Setting an Additional Period of Time
Article 48 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 48 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. International Principles
II. Article 48(1) CISG
A. ‘Subject to Article 49’
B. Reasonableness
III. Article 48(2), (3) CISG
Article 49 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 49 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
(a) Continental Legal Systems
(b) The Approach under English Law
(c) The Approach under US Law
(d) Modern Solutions and International Principles
C. Drafting History
II. Avoidance for Fundamental Breach—Article 49(1)(a) CISG
A. Operation of Article 49(1)(a) CISG
B. Non-conforming Goods
(a) Express Stipulations
(b) Purpose for which Goods are Bought
(c) Possibility of Repair or Replacement
C. Non-conforming Documents
D. Late Delivery
III. Avoidance after Additional Period of Time—Article 49(1)(b) CISG
IV. Buyer’s Observance of Time Limits—Article 49(2) CISG
Article 50 CISG
I. Overview
A. Content and Purpose of Article 50 CISG
B. Domestic Laws
C. International Principles
D. Drafting History
II. Requirements for a Reduction of the Price
III. Calculation of Price Reduction
Article 51 CISG
I. Overview
II. Operation of Article 51 CISG
Article 52 CISG
I. Overview
II. Early Delivery—Article 52(1) CISG
III. Delivery of Excess Quantity
Article 53 CISG
I. Overview
II. Parties’ Agreement Prevails
III. Currency of Payment
A. Under the CISG
B. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 54 CISG
I. Overview
II. ‘Obligation de moyen’ or ‘obligation de résultat’?
Article 55 CISG
I. Overview
II. Interaction between Articles 14 and 55 CISG
III. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 56 CISG
I. Overview
II. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 57 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 57(1)(a) CISG
III. Article 57(1)(b) CISG
IV. Article 57(1) CISG as a General Principle Valid for Other Monetary Claims
V. Means of Payment
VI. Article 57(1) CISG and Determination of Jurisdictional Competence
VII. Article 57(2) CISG
VIII. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 58 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 58(1) CISG
III. Article 58(2) CISG
A. Operation
B. Article 58(2) CISG—a General Principle of Retention?
IV. Article 58(3) CISG
V. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 59 CISG
I. Overview
II. Determining when Payment Becomes Due
Article 60 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 60(a) CISG
A. Buyer’s Involvement in the Delivery of the Goods
B. Article 60(a) CISG—A General Principle of Cooperation
III. Article 60(b) CISG
Article 61 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 61(1) CISG
III. Article 61(2) CISG
IV. Article 61(3) CISG
Article 62 CISG
I. Overview
II. Restrictions on Seller’s Right to Payment and (Other) Specific Performance
III. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 63 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 63(1) CISG
III. Article 63(2) CISG
Article 64 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 64(1) CISG
III. Article 64(1)(b) CISG
IV. Article 64(2) CISG
Article 65 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 65(1) CISG
III. Article 65(2) CISG
IV. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 66 CISG
I. Overview of Chapter IV
II. Article 66 CISG
III. Parties’ Agreement on Passing of Risk
A. In General
B. In Particular: INCOTERMS®
C. Interpretation of Contract Terms with regard to Risk Allocation
D. Usages in International Trade and Practices Established between the Parties
Article 67 CISG
I. Overview
II. Handing Over to the First Carrier (Article 67(1) CISG)
A. Article 67(1), Sentence 1 CISG
B. Interpretation of Contract Terms with Regard to Risk Allocation
C. Particular Place (Article 67(1), Sentence 2 CISG)
D. Documents Controlling the Disposition of the Goods (Article 67(1), Sentence 3 CISG)
III. Identification of the Goods (Article 67(2) CISG)
IV. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 68 CISG
I. Overview
II. Passing of Risk at the Moment of the Conclusion of the Contract
III. Retroactive Allocation of the Risk
IV. Article 68, Sentence 3 CISG
Article 69 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 69(1) CISG
III. Article 69(2) CISG
IV. Article 69(3) CISG
Article 70 CISG
I. Overview
II. Operation of Article 70 CISG
Article 71 CISG
I. Overview of Articles 71 to 73: Anticipatory Breach and Instalment Contracts
II. Preliminary Remedy (Article 71 CISG)
III. Right of Suspension (Article 71(1) CISG)
A. Serious Deficiency in the Ability to Perform or in Creditworthiness (Article 71(1)(a) CISG)
B. Conduct in Performing or in Preparing to Perform the Contract (Article 71(1)(b) CISG)
IV. Right of Stoppage in Transit (Article 71(2) CISG)
V. Notice Requirement: Providing Assurance (Article 71(3) CISG)
A. Giving Immediate Notice
B. Providing Adequate Assurance
VI. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 72 CISG
I. Overview
II. Right to Avoid the Contract (Article 72(1) CISG)
III. Notice Requirement (Article 72(2) CISG)
IV. Refusal to Perform (Article 72(3) CISG)
V. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 73 CISG
I. Overview
II. Definition of ‘Instalment Contract’
III. Fundamental Breach in respect of One Instalment (Article 73(1) CISG)
IV. Good Grounds for Future Fundamental Breach (Article 73(2) CISG)
V. Avoidance of Past or Future Instalments due to their Interdependence (Article 73(3) CISG)
VI. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 74 CISG
I. Overview of Articles 74 to 77 and 79 CISG
II. Article 74, sentence 1 CISG
A. Operation of Article 74, sentence 1 CISG
B. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
III. Types of Losses
A. General Categorisations
B. The Principle of ‘Full Compensation’ under the CISG
C. Non-performance Loss
D. Incidental Loss
(a) In General
(b) Special Cases
(i) Expenditure for Debt Collection and Costs of Legal Proceedings
(ii) Currency Devaluation
E. Consequential Damages
(a) Loss of Profit
(b) Liability towards Third Parties; Loss of Reputation
(c) Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
IV. Article 74, sentence 2 CISG
A. Operation of Article 74, sentence 2 CISG
B. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
V. Standard of Proof
VI. CISG Advisory Council
Article 75 CISG
I. Overview
II. Operation of Article 75 CISG
A. Avoidance of the Contract
B. Reasonableness of the Cover Transaction
III. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
IV. CISG Advisory Council
Article 76 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 76(1), sentence 1 CISG
A. Avoidance of the Contract
B. Current Market Price at the Time of Avoidance of the Contract
III. Article 76(1), sentence 2 CISG
IV. Article 76(2) CISG
V. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
VI. CISG Advisory Council
Article 77 CISG
I. Overview
II. Operation of Article 77 CISG
III. Extent of Reduction of Damages
IV. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 78 CISG
I. Overview
II. History
III. Operation of Article 78 CISG
A. Scope of Application
B. Prerequisites
(a) Due Date
(b) No Requirement for Formal Notice of Default
IV. Interest Rate
V. Relationship between Articles 78 and 74 CISG and Domestic Law
VI. CISG Advisory Council
Article 79 CISG
I. Overview
II. Operation of Article 79 CISG
III. Article 79(1) CISG
A. Impediment Beyond the Party’s Control
B. Unforeseeability
C. Avoiding or Overcoming the Impediment
D. Practical Use
E. Liability for Third Persons
IV. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
V. Hardship
VI. Article 79(2) CISG
VII. CISG Advisory Council
Article 80 CISG
I. Overview
II. Article 80 CISG in Detail
III. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 81 CISG
I. Overview
II. The Principle (Article 81(1) CISG)
A. Claims for Damages
B. Provisions for the Settlement of Disputes
C. Other Provisions of the Contract
III. Duty to make Restitution (Article 81(2) CISG)
Article 82 CISG
I. Overview
II. The Principle: No Avoidance where Restitution has become Impossible (Article 82(1) CISG)
III. The Three Exceptions (Article 82(2) CISG)
IV. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Article 83 CISG
Article 84 CISG
I. Overview
II. Duty to Pay Interest (Article 84(1) CISG)
III. Accounting for Benefits (Article 84(2) CISG)
Article 85 CISG
I. Overview
II. Operation of Article 85 CISG
Article 86 CISG
I. Overview
II. Buyer’s Duty to Preserve the Goods (Article 86(1) CISG)
III. Buyer’s Duty to Take Possession of the Goods (Article 86(2) CISG)
Article 87 CISG
I. Overview
II. Operation of Article 87 CISG
A. Requirements
B. Consequences
Article 88 CISG
I. Overview
II. Right to Resell the Goods (Article 88(1) CISG)
III. Duty to Resell the Goods (Article 88(2) CISG)
IV. Right to Retain Amount for Preservation and Resale Costs (Article 88(3) CISG)
V. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions
Answers to Sample Questions
Appendix: Text of the CISG

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