1.01 This is a book that consists of two parts. The first and larger part deals with the law of international sale of goods1 as administered in the English courts and arbitral tribunals, in those cases where English law is the applicable (or proper) law of the contract. It is largely disengaged from the choice of law process. The second part deals with attempts to create for international sales of goods a uniform law designed as a substitute for a national applicable law.2 In the first part, the focus is firmly placed on those aspects of the English law of sale...
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