Selected Bibliography by Article
Article 9313 Bibliography (1) If a contracting State has two or more territorial units in which, according to its constitution, different systems of law are applicable in relation to the matters dealt with in this Convention, it may, at the time of signature, ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, declare that this Convention is to extend to all its territorial units or only to one or more of them, and may amend its declaration by submitting another declaration at any time.
(2) These declarations are to be notified to the depositary and are to state expressly the territorial units to which the convention extends.
(3) If, by virtue of a declaration under this article, this Convention extends to one or more but not all of the territorial units of a Contracting State, and if the place of business of a party is located in that State, this place of business, for the purposes of this Convention, is considered not to be in a Contracting State, unless it is in a territorial unit to which the Convention extends.
(4) If a Contracting State makes no declaration under paragraph (1) of this article, the Convention is to extend to all territorial units of that State.
|DE LY F.,||Sources of International Sales Law: An Eclectic Model||in The Journal of Law and Commerce, Vol. 25, Issue 1, 2005, pp. 1 - 12|
|EVANS M.||Arts. 89-95; 97-101 CISG||in: BIANCA C.M. / BONELL M.J. (eds.), Commentary on the International Sales Law, Giuffrè, Milano 1987, 633-657 and 661-676|
|FELTHAM, Y.||The Vienna Convention of 1980 and Canada (Colloque Ottawa 14.10.1987)||PERRET, L. / LACASSE, N. (eds.) COLLOQUE SUR LA VENTE INTERNATIONALE (MONTREAL, WILSON & LAFLEUR), 1989, 13-19|
|FERRARI F.||Artt. 89-101 CISG||in: SCHLECHTRIEM P. / SCHWENZER I. (eds.), Kommentar zum Einheitlichen UN-Kaufrecht, 4th ed., C.H. Beck, München 2004|
|HERBER R.||Arts. 89-101 CISG||in: Schlechtriem P. (ed.), Commentary on the UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG), Oxford 1998, 685-705|
|HERBER R.||Arts. 89-101 CISG||in: CAEMMERER VON E. / SCHLECHTRIEM P., Kommentar zum Einheitlichen UN-Kaufrecht - CISG, München 1990, 737-759|
|HERRMANN, G.,||Anwendungsbereich des Wiener Kaufrechts - Kollisionsrechtliche Probleme||BUCHER, E. (ed.), WIENER KAUFRECHT, BERNER TAGE FÜR DIE JURISTISCHE PRAXIS 1990 (BERN), 1991, 83-102|
|KOHLER, B.||Applicational ambiguity? Taiwan's Status in International Sales Law||Published online by Cambridge University Press, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0020589323000106|
|MARGUENAUD, J.-P., REMY-CORLAY, P.||Hong Kong n’est pas partie à la Convention de Vienne.||Revue trimestrielle de droit civil (Paris), Avril/Juin 2008, pp.264-267.|
|SCHLECHTRIEM P.||Arts. 89-101 CISG||in: Schlechtriem P. / Schwenzer I. (eds.), Commentary on the UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG), 2nd ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford 2005, 915-939|
|TORSELLO, M.,||Reservations to international uniform commercial law Conventions||Uniform Law Review, 2000, 85-120|
|WINSHIP, P.,||Final Provisions of UNCITRAL"s International Commercial Law Conventions||24 THE INTERNATIONAL LAWYER 711-734 (1990)|
|WINSHIP, P.,||The Scope of the Vienna Convention on International Sales Contracts||GALSTON, N.M. / SMIT, H. (eds.), INTERNATIONAL SALES (CONFERENCE AT PARKER SCHOOL) (NEW YORK, MATTHEW BENDER), 1984, ch. 1|
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