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Article 3.2.720 Bibliography (1) A party may avoid the contract or an individual term of it if, at the time of the conclusion of the contract, the contract or term unjustifiably gave the other party an excessive advantage. Regard is to be had, among other factors, to
(a) the fact that the other party has taken unfair advantage of the first party"s dependence, economic distress or urgent needs, or of its improvidence, ignorance, inexperience or lack of bargaining skill; and
(b) the nature and purpose of the contract.
(2) Upon the request of the party entitled to avoidance, a court may adapt the contract or term in order to make it accord with reasonable commercial standards of fair dealing.
(3) A court may also adapt the contract or term upon the request of the party receiving notice of avoidance, provided that that party informs the other party of its request promptly after receiving such notice and before the other party has reasonably acted in reliance on it. The provisions of Article 3.2.10(2) apply accordingly.
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ADRIAN HERNANDEZ T.M. Las "ventajas desproporcionadas" en los Principios de UNIDROIT sobre los contratos comerciales internacionales UNIDROIT (ed.), The UNIDROIT Principles: a Common Law of Contracts for the Americas?, 1998, 293-298
BARALDI, M. Il governo giudiziario della discrezionalità contrattuale Contratto e impresa 2005, pp.501 - 538
BEALE H. "Surprising" or "Unfair"? Controls over Standard Terms in Eppur si muove: The age of Uniform Law. Essays in honour of Michael Joachim Bonell to celebrate his 70th birthday, vol. 2, pp. 975-987
BONELL M.J. An International Restatement of Contract Law. The UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts (3d ed) Transnational Publications Inc., Ardsely, New York, 2005, at 165-172
BONELL M.J. Policing the International Commercial Contract against Unfairness under the UNIDROIT Principles 3 Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law, n. 1/2, 1994, 73-91; also in Diritto del commercio internazionale, 1994, 251-267
BORTOLOTTI Fabio Manuale di diritto commerciale internazionale, I, Diritto dei contratti internazionali,2.ed., CEDAM 2001, 73-75
CORAPI D. L"equilibrio delle posizioni contrattuali nei principi Unidroit Europa e Diritto Privato, 2002, n. 1, pp. 23-40
DOTEVALL, R. Ekvivalensprincipen och jämkning av långvariga avtál Svensk Jurist Tidning, 87 (2002), 441 - 457
DROBNIG U. Protection of the Weaker Party BONELL M.J. / BONELLI F. (eds.), Contratti commerciali internazionali e Principi UNIDROIT, Giuffré, Milano 1997, 215-224
Du PLESSIS, J. Comment on Arts. 3.2.5-3.2.8 in S. VOGENAUER (ed.), Commentary on the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts (PICC), 2nd ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2015, 497-523
DU PLESSIS, J. Comment to Arts. 3.8-3.11 in S.VOGENAUER - J.KLEINHEISTERKAMP, Commentary on the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts (PICC), Oxford University Press, New York, 2009, pp.434-462.
FERRI G.B. L’"invisibile" presenza della causa del contratto Europa e diritto privato, 2002, 897-914
GALIZZI P. The versatility of the UNIDROIT Principles for multinational companies: from settling disputes efficiently to enhancing Corporate Social Responsibility GALIZZI, P. - ROJAS ELGUETA, G. - VENEZIANO A. (eds), The Multiple Uses of the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts: Theory and Practice, Milano 2020, p. 57-67
PIERAZZI, E.M. La giustizia del contratto Contratto e impresa 2005, pp. 646 - 657
PONTIROLI L. La protezione del "contraente debole" nei Principles of International Commercial Contracts di UNIDROIT: much ado about nothing? Giurisprudenza commerciale, 1997, 566-606
SIEHR K. Die UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts und Irrtum beim Handel mit Kulturgütern Eppur si muove: The Age of Uniform Law Essays in honour of Michael Joachim Bonell to celebrate his 70th birthday, vol. 2, 1664 ff.
TIMOTEO M. Nuove regole in materia di squilibrio contrattuale: l"articolo 3.10 dei Principi UNIDROIT Contratto e Impresa/ Europa, 1997, 140-175
VOLPE F. I Principi Unidroit e l"eccessivo squilibrio del contenuto contrattuale (gross disparity) Revista Doutrinària, Ro de Janeiro, 2000, pp. 115-143
YILDIRIM, A.C. Equilibrium in International Commercial Contracts (with particular regard to gross disparity and hardship provisions of the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts) Wolf Leag Publishers, 2011 pp.1-125
YILDIRIM, A.C. Subjective Reasons of Gross Disparity and the Presumption of Professional Competence: A Contradiction in the Lex Mercatoria? https://elaw.murdoch.edu.au/issues/2008/elaw_15_1_Yildirim.pdf
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