Written for international trade lawyers, practitioners and students from common law and civil law countries, this casebook will help practitioners and students assimilate knowledge on the CISG.
The cases, texts and questions aid readers in their comparative law and international sales law studies, drawing attention to the particular issues surrounding specific CISG provisions and provoking careful consideration of possible solutions.
In addition to this book’s function as a didactical aid, it is a reference work for leading cases and an introduction to the individual problem areas. In particular, it acts as a preparatory and complementary work for the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Article 1 CISG I. Overview II. Art. 1(1)(a), (2) and (3) CISG III. Art. 1(1)(b) CISG IV. Applicability of the CISG Though the Parties’ Choice of Law V. Comparison With Other International Sets of Rules Article 2 CISG I. Overview II. Art. 2(a) CISG III. Art. 2(b) to (f) CISG Article 3 CISG I. Overview II. Art. 3(1) CISG III. Art. 3(2) CISG Article 4 CISG I. Overview II. Art. 4(a) CISG I.Operation of Art. 4(a) CISG II. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions III. Art. 4(b) CISG Article 5 CISG I. Overview Article 6 CISG I. Overview II. Opting-Out of the CISG III. Opting-In to the CISG IV. The Law Applicable in Lieu of the CISG V. Comparison with the UP 2004 Article 7 CISG I. Overview II. Art. 7(1) CISG III. Art. 7(2) CISG Article 8 CISG I. Overview II. Art. 8(1) CISG III. Art. 8(2), (3) CISG IV. Applicability of Other Rules of Interpretation and Evidence? Article 9 CISG I. Overview II. Art. 9(1) CISG III. Art. 9(2) CISG IV. Comparison with Other Legal Provisions Article 10 CISG
Ingeborg Schwenzer, Dr. iur., LL.M. (Berkeley), Professor of Private Law, University of Basel, Switzerland. One of the leading scholars in international business transactions, especially international sales law. Among others: co-editor and author of the leading commentary of the CISG; author of numerous articles in this field; manager of one of the leading CISG websites (CISG-online); member of the CISG Advisory Council.
Christiana Fountoulakis, Dr. iur., Max Geldner Assistant Professor in Private Law, University of Basel, Switzerland. Co-editor of ‘Internationales Handelsrecht (IHR)’, the leading journal on CISG issues; author in the CISG commentary edited by Peter Schlechtriem and Ingeborg Schwenzer; author of many articles on international sales law; participant at the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in 1998/1999 for the University of Basel and coach of the Willem C. Vis Moot teams of Basel since 2000/2001.