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The first volume of this two-volume text is a detailed exposition of the relevant EC rules in contract law that are applicable throughout the European Union, regardless of the national law of the contract. No commentary has been added to the text, which is simply an account of the current state of the law. It is divided into seven chapters, each of which covers a separate aspect of contractual relations. In each chapter the text is as close as possible to the exact wording of the EC legislation together with the precise wording of any relevant dicta of the European Court of Justice, and so this text should be relevant to practicioners dealing with EC and contract law.;The second volume contains the EC legislation which the general commercial contract lawyer would normally require, grouped into sections which correspond to the sections in the first volume. Legislation relating to matters which are not strictly contractual, such as intellectual property, company law, and taxation, have been excluded. Where legislation has been amended by subsequent treaties, regulations, or directives, the ammenments are incorporated in the text. The legislation in this volume is that which is available and published in the ""Official Journal of the European Communities"" as at 1 May 1997.