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1.4
(Mandatory rules)

Nothing in these Principles shall restrict the application of mandatory rules, whether of national, international or supranational origin, which are applicable in accordance with the relevant rules of private international law.


Author Title Publisher
BONELL, M.J. Soft Law and Party Autonomy: The Case of the UNIDROIT Principles 51 Loyola Law Review (2005), pp.229 - 252
CUNIBERTI, G. General Provisions II: Arts. 1.4-1.5 - Mandatory Rules in S. VOGENAUER (ed.), Commentary on the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts (PICC), 2nd ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2015, 166-179
FONTAINE M. Du droit "mou" ... impératif? Etudes offertes à Barthélemy Mercadal, Paris, 2002, 159-167
GABRIEL H.D. Mandatory Rules as Limitations on Freedom of Contract in the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts in The Protection Project - Journal of Human Rights and Civil Society, Vol. 7, Spring 2015, p. 45-75
KLEINHEISTERKAMP, J. Comment to General Provisions: Arts 1.1-1.5,pp.113-139, Arts 1.10-1.12,pp.202-214 in S. VOGENAUER - J. KLEINHEISTERKAMP, Commentary on the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts (PICC),Oxford University Press, New York, 2009
LANDO O. The Role of Party Autonomy and the Relevance of Usages Bonell M.J. / Bonelli F. (eds.), Contratti commerciali internazionali e Principi UNIDROIT, Giuffré, Milano 1997, 107-122
MARRELLA, F. Autonomia privata e contratti internazionali Contratto e impresa / Europa 2003, 823-867
MOREIRA ALVES J.C. Comentário sobre o artigo 1.6 do Projeto UNIDROIT sobre Princípios aplicáveis aos contratos internacionais BONELL M.J. / SCHIPANI S. (eds.), "Principi per i contratti commerciali internazionali" e il sistema giuridico latinoamericano, Cedam, Padova 1996, 75-78