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European contract law: are no-oral-modification clauses not worth the paper they are written on?:: DCFR II.-4:105 v CISG 29, UNIDROIT Principles 2.1.18, Uniform Commercial Code 2:209, and comparative law

Wagner-von Papp, FH; (2010) European contract law: are no-oral-modification clauses not worth the paper they are written on?:: DCFR II.-4:105 v CISG 29, UNIDROIT Principles 2.1.18, Uniform Commercial Code 2:209, and comparative law. Current Legal Problems , 63 511 - 596.

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Type:Article
Title:European contract law: are no-oral-modification clauses not worth the paper they are written on?:: DCFR II.-4:105 v CISG 29, UNIDROIT Principles 2.1.18, Uniform Commercial Code 2:209, and comparative law
Location:UK
Publisher version:http://clp.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/63.1.511?%20ijkey=2uHtwsXyKaQpBCO&keytype=ref
Language:English
Keywords:European contract law, zipper clause, no oral modification clause, no variation except in writing clause, DCFR, CISG, Draft Common Frame of Reference, Vienna Sales Convention, Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, Uniform Commercial Code, Contract law
UCL classification:UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws

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