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The proposal from the European Commission for a Regulation on a Common European Sales Law (CESL) has raised divergent reactions from various parties across Europe. This volume contributes actively to this discussion offering the lawyers’ point of view. The book promotes a debate and an exchange of views among representatives from the European Commission, the European Parliament and legal practitioners regarding the main legal issues of the CESL.
The outcome is a dialogue where general questions, such as ‘Do we need a CESL?’, ‘Can the CESL achieve what it sets out to do?’ and ‘The relationship with Rome I and the Vienna Convention’, and many more receive articulate answers considering both theoretical and practical implications of the CESL.