Selected Bibliography by Article
Article 9414 Bibliography (1) Two or more Contracting States which have the same or closely related legal rules on matters governed by this Convention may at any time declare that the Convention is not to apply to contracts of sale or to their formation where the parties have their places of business in those States. Such declarations may be made jointly or by reciprocal unilateral declarations.
(2) A Contracting State which has the same or closely related legal rules on matters governed by this Convention as one or more non- Contracting States may at any time declare that the Convention is not to apply to contracts of sale or to their formation where the parties have their places of business in those States.
(3) If a State which is the object of a declaration under the preceding paragraph subsequently becomes a Contracting State, the declaration made will, as from the date on which the Convention enters into force in respect of the new Contracting State, have the effect of a declaration made under paragraph (1), provided that the new Contracting State joins in such declaration or makes a reciprocal unilateral declaration.
|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|
|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|
|MENDES, E.P.,||The U.N. Sales Convention and U.S. - Canada Transactions - Enticing the World"s Largest Trading Block to do Business under a Global Sales Law (Symposium Pittsburgh 23.10.1987)||8 JOURNAL OF LAW AND COMMERCE 109-144 (1988)|
|MOULY, C.,||La conclusion du contrat selon la Convention de Vienne sur la vente internationale de marchandises (Dossier/Symposium: La Convention de Vienne sur la vente internationale)||DROIT ET PRATIQUE DU COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL, 1989, 400-421|
|NEUMANN, T.||The Continued Saga of the CISG in the Nordic Countries: Reservations and Transformation Reconsidered||Nordic Journal of Commercial Law, Issue N.1/2013|
|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|
|SEVON, L.||The New Scandinavian Codification on the Sale of Goods and the 1980 United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods||in: SCHLECHTRIEM, P. (ed.), EINHEITLICHES KAUFRECHT UNDNATIONALES OBLIGATIONENRECHT, (FACHTAGUNG FREIBURGI.BR. 16/17.2.1987) (BADEN-BADEN) 1987, 343-357|
|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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