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Lex Mercatoria: Private International Commercial Law

Private International Commercial Law

Agency

Applicable Law (Conflict of Laws / Proper Law)

Contract Principles

"Lex Mercatoria?" Contract Principles / Commercial Codes
Transnational Law Principles - Creeping Codification
Unidroit
EU
US

Customs

Insolvency

other

Insurance

English Marine Insurance Act
Cargo Insurance

Jurisdiction and Enforcement

Arbitral Recognition and Enforcement
EU & EFTA

Limitation Periods in the International Sale of Goods

Payment Mechanisms and Guarantees

Guarantees and Payment Mechanisms
International Transfers
Letters of Credit
Guarantees
Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes
Factoring
Leasing
Assignment of Receivables
US UCC

Procedure and Evidence

Procedure
Evidence

Procurement of Goods, Construction and Services

Sale of Goods

CISG
Bibliographies:
Recommended reference texts:
ULIS & ULF
Incoterms
England
Norway
US
Other

Endnotes

Endnotes

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

Lex Mercatoria: Private International Commercial Law

Lex Mercatoria

copy @ Lex Mercatoria

Lex Mercatoria: Private International Commercial Law

Private International Commercial Law

Contract Principles

"Lex Mercatoria?" Contract Principles / Commercial Codes
Transnational Law Principles - Creeping Codification
Unidroit
EU
US

See also

"Lex Mercatoria?" Contract Principles / Commercial Codes

Transnational Law Database at CENTRAL's Transnational Law database on rules and principles of Lex Mercatoria based on Prof. Klaus Peter Berger's concept of the Creeping Codification of Lex Mercatoria is inaugurated on October 26th 2001 at the Conference Globalization of International Business Law held at CENTRAL, Muenster University, Germany. Guest speakers include Lord Mustill.

Complete Commented version of the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts, 2004 "The complete version of the UNIDROIT Principles contains not only the black?letter rules reproduced hereunder, but also detailed comments on each article and, where appropriate, illustrations. The volume may be ordered from UNIDROIT at ‹http://www.unidroit.org

For an update of international case law and bibliography relating to the Principles see ‹http://www.unilex.info› ."

Representing "a significant step in the globalization of legal thinking". J.M. Perillo

"The success of even binding uniform law instruments ... depends at least to a great extent, on their being brought to the attention of the potential users. This is all the more true of non-binding instruments such as the UNIDROIT Principles" M.J. Bonell

This is a copy of the official commented version of the Unidroit Principles of International Commercial Contracts prepared using the

UNIDROIT, Rome, 1994. Text without commentary.

Other Language editions

Dutch

UNILEX on CISG and UNIDROIT Principles and the product ‹http://www.cnr.it/CRDCS/unilex.htm› International Case Law and Bibliography

EU

"The Principles of European Contract are the product of work carried out by the Commission on European Contract Law a body of lawyers drawn from all the Member States of the European Community, under the chairmanship of Professor Ole Lando. They are a response to a need for a Community-wide infrastructure of contract law to consolidate the rapidly expanding volume of Community law regulating specific types of contract"

Commented version of the Principles of European Contract Law edited by Ole Lando & Hugh Beale ISBN 9041113053

For more information, write to the Secretary of the Commission, Matthias E. STORME, <matthias@storme.be>

US

US Contracts from the LII


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