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Convention on the Law Applicable to International Sale of Goods, The Hague 1955

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Article 3

Article 4

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Convention On The Law Applicable To International Sale Of Goods - The Hague, 1955

Hague Conference on Private International Law

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Convention on the Law Applicable to International Sale of Goods, The Hague 1955

Article 3

In default of a law declared applicable by the parties under the conditions provided in the preceding Article, a sale shall be governed by the domestic law of the country in which the vendor has his habitual residence at the time when he receives the order. If the order is received by an establishment of the vendor, the sale shall be governed by the domestic law of the country in which the establishment is situated.

Nevertheless, a sale shall be governed by the domestic law of the country in which the purchaser has his habitual residence, or in which he has the establishment that has given the order, if the order has been received in such country, whether by the vendor or by his representative, agent or commercial traveller.

In case of a sale at an exchange or at a public auction, the sale shall be governed by the domestic law of the country in which the exchange is situated or the auction takes place.


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