Author: Vitulia Ivone – 27/01/2020
The Regulation of International Sale of Goods
Associate Professor, Chair of Civil Law; Vice-Director of SIMAS Lab; Advisory Board Member of the Observatory on Human Rights, Bioethics, and Environment, University of Salerno
The article describes a general view of the international sales contract, starting from its fundamental source, to subsequently discuss the current prototypes of this kind of contract. Strong focus will be on the description of the international legal bases of the regulation of international sales, starting from the Hague Convention of 15 June 1955, and arriving to the more recent developments of the subject matter. The text closes with a series of observations and perspectives on a common European sales law.
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