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The CISG has been one of the great success stories in the big field of the international unification of private law. This important new textbook is particularly suited for those undertaking Masters degrees which require study of the CISG and for students taking part in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Moot competition but is also suitable for practitioners who need a clear and concise introdcution to the CISG rules and principles or for students working with the CISG at the undergraduate level.
The book may also be helpful for the experienced user as many new insights on well-known problems are offered and considerable attention has been paid to the existing case law. From a comparative perspective, the book is also of particular interest as it combines a Civil Law view and a Common Law view on the CISG.
"... there is a lack of a clear and simple exposition of the CISG for students and practitioners. That is the role of the current book, which it fills admirably. All of the issues that have been raised in the cases and the literature are considered, but without excessive detail. This is a book that will do much to make the CISG an easily understandable text for all users, student and pracitioner alike."
Preface by Professor Eric E. Bergsten