Agreeing to Disagree: Can We Just Have Words?, CISG Article 11 and the Model Law Writing RequirementJournal of Law and Commerce. Volume 25, Number 1 (2005), p. 153-165.
- international commercial arbitration,
- international sale of goods
AbstractThe success of the CISG in defining the terms by which businesspersons enter into international sales contracts could one day warrant a shift in the presumption against arbitration in the attendant dispute resolution.
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Citation InformationWalker, Janet. "Agreeing to Disagree: Can We Just Have Words?, CISG Article 11 and the Model Law Writing Requirement." Journal of Law and Commerce 25.1 (2005): 153-165.