Cost and Burden of Proof under the CISG – A Discussion amongst Experts

Kröll, Stefan and DiMatteo, Larry and Schroeter, Ulrich G. and Janssen, André and Baasch Andersen, Camilla. (2017) Cost and Burden of Proof under the CISG – A Discussion amongst Experts. International Trade and Business Law Review, 20. pp. 203-244.

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CISG - Cost - Burden of Proof- 23rd Willem C Vis Arbitration Moot - International Dispute Resolution - Arbitration - Substantive Law - Procedural Law - Common Law - Civil Law - United States of America Jurisdiction - German Jurisdiction
This article discusses the relationship between costs and burden of proof under the CISG and the continual debate between diverging views across jurisdictions on the topics. It conveys the significance of the issues in dispute resolution, which is supported in particular by key arbitration decisions. In addition, the article describes the relevance of the issue in both substantive and procedural law, emphasising the contrasting perspectives of the United States of America ('US') and Germany through significant case law and deliberation.
Faculties and Departments:02 Faculty of Law > Departement Rechtswissenschaften > Fachbereich Privatrecht > Professur Privatrecht (Schroeter)
UniBasel Contributors:Schroeter, Ulrich G.
Item Type:Article
Article Subtype:Research Article
Publisher:Murdoch University School of Law
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