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Articles 53-65 // The Draft UNCITRAL Digest and Beyond - Cases, Analysis and Unresolved Issues in the U.N. Sales Convention / Ferrari, Franco ; Flechtner, Harry ; Brand, Ronald A. (ur.).
Muenchen, London: Sellier European Law Publishers, Sweet & Maxwell, 2004. str. 53-65
Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni
The Draft UNCITRAL Digest and Beyond - Cases, Analysis and Unresolved Issues in the U.N. Sales Convention
Ferrari, Franco ; Flechtner, Harry ; Brand, Ronald A.
Sellier European Law Publishers, Sweet & Maxwell
Unified sales law, international sale of goods, CISG
The Draft UNCITRAL Digest and Beyond: Cases, Analysis and Unresolved Issues in the U.N. Sales Convention is a useful volumes available on the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). It includes the full text of the draft UNCITRAL Digest which catalogues the cases and arbitral awards to date that have interpreted and applied the CISG on an article by article basis. The Digest and Beyond also includes commentary by eminent CISG scholars that addresses issues not yet considered in the cases. With more than 1, 000 decisions applying the CISG in courts and arbitral tribunals around the world, the UNCITRAL Secretariat charged five CISG experts from a variety of regions with the task of creating a digest of CISG case law. The five experts chosen to prepare case reviews for the UNCITRAL Digest, and the CISG articles their portions of the Digest will cover, are: Franco Ferrari, Verona University, Italy (Articles 1-13, 78) ; Peter Winship, Southern Methodist University (Articles 14-24, 66-77) ; Ulrich Magnus, University of Hamburg, Germany (Articles 25-34, 45-52) ; Harry Flechtner, University of Pittsburgh (Articles 35-44, 79-88) ; Claude Witz, University of the Saarland, Germany (Articles 53-65). The Digest describes the reasoning and results of existing CISG cases ; in The Digest and Beyond, the Digest authors will analyze those cases, and discuss issues that have not yet arisen in the case law. Thus, in many ways, The Digest and Beyond will provide scholarship that can direct future cases in areas that have not yet been considered by courts and arbitrators as well as in areas in which contradictory court decisions exist. Each chapter by a Digest author will be followed by commentary written by two other distinguished CISG scholars on important topics dealt with in that part of the Digest. These commentary authors round out a who’ s who of CISG experts from around the world. They are: Joseph Lookofsky, University of Copenhagen, Denmark ; Michael Bridge, University College, London, UK ; Maria del Pilar Perales Viscasillas, Carlos III University, Madrid, Spain ; Johan Erauw, University of Ghent, Belgium ; Henry Gabriel, Loyala University, New Orleans ; Alejandro Garro, Columbia University ; Paul Volken, University of Fribourg, Switzerland ; Ronald A. Brand, University of Pittsburgh ; Filip De Ly, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands ; Petar Šarcevic, University of Rijeka, Croatia ; John E. Murray, Jr., Chancellor, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.