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United Nations Convention On Contracts For The International Sale Of Goods, 1980 ( CISG )

[Preamble]

PART I - Sphere of Application and General Provisions

Chapter I - Sphere of Application

Article 1

Article 2

Article 3

Article 4

Article 5

Article 6

Chapter II - General Provisions

Article 7

Article 8

Article 9

Article 10

Article 11

Article 12

Article 13

PART II - Formation of the Contract

Article 14

Article 15

Article 16

Article 17

Article 18

Article 19

Article 20

Article 21

Article 22

Article 23

Article 24

PART III - Sale of Goods

Chapter I - General Provisions

Article 25

Article 26

Article 27

Article 28

Article 29

Chapter II - Obligations of the Seller

Article 30

Section I - Delivery of the goods and handing over of documents

Article 31

Article 32

Article 33

Article 34

Section II - Conformity of the goods and third party claims

Article 35

Article 36

Article 37

Article 38

Article 39

Article 40

Article 41

Article 42

Article 43

Article 44

Section III - Remedies for breach of contract by the seller

Article 45

Article 46

Article 47

Article 48

Article 49

Article 50

Article 51

Article 52

Chapter III - Obligations of the Buyer

Article 53

Section I - Payment of the price

Article 54

Article 55

Article 56

Article 57

Article 58

Article 59

Section II - Taking delivery

Article 60

Section III - Remedies for breach of contract by the buyer

Article 61

Article 62

Article 63

Article 64

Article 65

Chapter IV - Passing of Risk

Article 66

Article 67

Article 68

Article 69

Article 70

Chapter V - Provisions Common to the Obligations of the Seller and of the Buyer

Section I - Anticipatory breach and instalment contracts

Article 71

Article 72

Article 73

Section II - Damages

Article 74

Article 75

Article 76

Article 77

Section III - Interest

Article 78

Section IV - Exemptions

Article 79

Article 80

Section V - Effects of avoidance

Article 81

Article 82

Article 83

Article 84

Section VI - Preservation of the goods

Article 85

Article 86

Article 87

Article 88

PART IV - Final Provisions

Article 89

Article 90

Article 91

Article 92

Article 93

Article 94

Article 95

Article 96

Article 97

Article 98

Article 99

Article 100

Article 101

[Post Provisions]

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United Nations Convention On Contracts For The International Sale Of Goods, 1980 (CISG)

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PART IV - Final Provisions

Article 99

(1) This Convention enters into force, subject to the provisions of paragraph (6) of this article, on the first day of the month following the expiration of twelve months after the date of deposit of the tenth instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, including an instrument which contains a declaration made under article 92.

(2) When a State ratifies, accepts, approves or accedes to this Convention after the deposit of the tenth instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, this Convention, with the exception of the Part excluded, enters into force in respect of that State, subject to the provisions of paragraph (6) of this article, on the first day of the month following the expiration of twelve months after the date of the deposit of its instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession.

(3) A State which ratifies, accepts, approves or accedes to this Convention and is a party to either or both the Convention relating to a Uniform Law on the Formation of Contracts for the International Sale of Goods done at The Hague on 1 July 1964 (1964 Hague Formation Convention) and the Convention relating to a Uniform Law on the International Sale of Goods done at The Hague on 1 July 1964 (1964 Hague Sales Convention) shall at the same time denounce, as the case may be, either or both the 1964 Hague Sales Convention and the 1964 Hague Formation Convention by notifying the Government of the Netherlands to that effect.

(4) A State party to the 1964 Hague Sales Convention which ratifies, accepts, approves or accedes to the present Convention and declares or has declared under article 52 that it will not be bound by Part II of this Convention shall at the time of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession denounce the 1964 Hague Sales Convention by notifying the Government of the Netherlands to that effect.

(5) A State party to the 1964 Hague Formation Convention which ratifies, accepts, approves or accedes to the present Convention and declares or has declared under article 92 that it will not be bound by Part III of this Convention shall at the time of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession denounce the 1964 Hague Formation Convention by notifying the Government of the Netherlands to that effect.

(6) For the purpose of this article, ratifications, acceptances, approvals and accessions in respect of this Convention by States parties to the 1964 Hague Formation Convention or to the 1964 Hague Sales Convention shall not be effective until such denunciations as may be required on the part of those States in respect of the latter two Conventions have themselves become effective. The depositary of this Convention shall consult with the Government of the Netherlands, as the depositary of the 1964 Conventions, so as to ensure necessary co-ordination in this respect.


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