This convenient volume contains the heart of the matter. It focuses on the essential elements that make a contract `international' in the new sense, and the interrelationships between those elements, rather than on the constantly changing mass of attendant detail.
To clarify such an understanding of `internationalization,' the author describes and analyzes various aspects of international contract law regimes, including:
A final chapter deals exclusively with practical applications--when to and when not to `internationalize' a contract, how to plan for effectiveness and the best advantage, and selecting appropriate and consistent devices for `internationalization.'
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- The Setting: The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods
- UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts - the Text
- UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts - The Commentary
- The CISG and Limitation Conventions and the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts- Legal Interpretations
- Other International Contract Law Principles
- Privately-Established International Contract Rules, Standards, and Certifications
- Model and Standard Contracts, Provisions, and Terms for International Use
- Non-National Dispute Resolution Forum Selection
- The CISG, the UNIDROIT Principles, and Other Contract Internationalization Devices - How They Complement Each Other, How They Contradict or Compete with Each Other, and How to Use Them. Index