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Vniversitas

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OVIEDO-ALBAN, Jorge. USAGES AND PRACTICES IN CONTRACTS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL SALE OF GOODS. Vniversitas [online]. 2017, n.135, pp.255-282. ISSN 0041-9060.  http://dx.doi.org/10.11144/javeriana.vj135.upci.

One of the most important issues in the Convention for the International Sale revolves around the ability to define the way in which it anticipates the application of other sources of law with which it is integrated. It is, therefore, necessary to establish the scope of each one of these in order to be able to establish a system of regulatory sources of contracts for the international sale of goods. In this respect, the purpose of this paper is to study the value and scope of the usages and practices as a regulatory source of contracts for the international sale of goods under the framework of the 1980 United Nations Convention. It considers both legal theory and case law interpretations.

Keywords : Usages; practices; international contracts of sales of goods.

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