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Book Review: Commentary On The International Sales Law. The 1980 Vienna Sales Convention. C.M. Bianca And M.J. Bonell Et Al. Milan, Italy: Guiffre 1987. Pp. 678 Plus Appendices And Index., Joseph J. Darby Dec 2014

Book Review: Commentary On The International Sales Law. The 1980 Vienna Sales Convention. C.M. Bianca And M.J. Bonell Et Al. Milan, Italy: Guiffre 1987. Pp. 678 Plus Appendices And Index., Joseph J. Darby

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

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Uniform Interpretation Of The 1980 Uniform Sales Law, Franco Ferrari Oct 2014

Uniform Interpretation Of The 1980 Uniform Sales Law, Franco Ferrari

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

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Turkey's Accession To The Cisg: The Significance For Turkey And For Sales Transactions With U.S. Contracting Parties, William P. Johnson Jan 2011

Turkey's Accession To The Cisg: The Significance For Turkey And For Sales Transactions With U.S. Contracting Parties, William P. Johnson

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The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) entered into force for Turkey on August 1, 2011. This article considers the significance of Turkey’s accession to the CISG as part of Turkey’s continuing engagement with systems of international trade, especially as relates to sales transactions with U.S. contracting parties. This article urges the Turkish bar to recognize that the CISG is a viable alternative to various potentially applicable bodies of domestic sales law, and the article offers some guidance regarding proper understanding and application of the CISG. This article also offers comparative analysis of some …


Comparative Efficiency In International Sales Law, Larry A. Dimatteo, Daniel T. Ostas Apr 2010

Comparative Efficiency In International Sales Law, Larry A. Dimatteo, Daniel T. Ostas

Larry A DiMatteo

The article employs the method of the economic analysis of law (EAL) in a comparative context. In particular, it assesses the efficiency of select provisions of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). The CISG is the law of the United States and over 70 other countries. It reflects a culmination of a century-old process of failed attempts to achieve an international sales law. The drafting process involved intense negotiation and compromise between representatives of the common and civil law legal traditions. As a result, the CISG provides in an interesting amalgam of civil …