Commentary on the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts (2ed)
This new edition of the leading commentary on the Principles of International Commercial Contracts (PICC) has been updated to include the 26 additional provisions brought in by the PICC 2010.
The text on the older provisions has been updated in order to draw together and comment on recent case-law and legal writing.
This book provides commentary on the substantive rules on contracts with a comprehensive analysis of each provision, and relevant case law, and compares national provisions with the PICC. The topics of conditions, illegality and plurality of obligors and obligees are covered for the first time in this new edition.
- The leading commentary on the PICC and a standard reference for all involved with international commerce
- Clearly structured and easy to navigate article-by-article commentary provides quick access to all the case-law and legal literature needed to address a specific problem
- In-depth scholarly analysis is combined with guidance on practical application
- Comparative approach facilitates access for readers from different jurisdictions
- International team of contributors comprising academics and practitioners from 13 jurisdictions gives a fresh and unbiased analysis of the subject
- Includes a comparative synopsis to the provisions of international uniform law Conventions including the CISG, the Agency Convention, the Assignment Convention, and the Limitation Convention, in addition to PECL and the PICC
New to this edition
- Updated to cover the PICC 2010 and its 26 new provisions
- Includes coverage of new topics: Conditions; Illegality; and Plurality of Obligors and Obligees
- Updates the commentaries on older provisions by taking into account recent developments in case-law and legal writings
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Author(s)||Vogenauer, S and Kleinheisterkamp, J|