Selected Cases by Article & Issues
(1) If the place of performance is neither fixed by, nor determinable from, the contract, a party is to perform:
(a) a monetary obligation, at the obligee"s place of business;
(b) any other obligation, at its own place of business.
(2) A party must bear any increase in the expenses incidental to performance which is caused by a change in its place of business subsequent to the conclusion of the contract.
|1||Place of performance not determined nor determinable from contract||2|
|1.1||Monetary obligations to be performed at obligee's place of business||2|
|1.2||Other obligations to be performed at obligor's place of business||1|
|2||Change of place of business subsequent to conclusion of contract|
|2.1||Additional expenses to be born by party concerned|