Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Common European Sales Law in Context

Along with some 200 million others I have been following on the internet the world championship chess match in Chennai. Along with a smaller number of others I have been reading from start to finish the new book on The … Continue reading

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Early career poster competition: European and comparative private law

Eric Descheemaeker has asked me to publicise this competition. This I am very pleased to do as the event should, if well supported, produce interesting and exciting results and a lot of satisfaction and fun for those entering. Here is … Continue reading

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Contracting out of liability for consequential loss under the proposed Common European Sales Law (CESL)

In the last entry it was noted that an innocent seller could have a ferociously disproportionate liability for consequential loss under the CESL and might have no right of redress against sellers further up the contractual chain. The question to … Continue reading

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