Readership: Commercial solicitors and litigators involved in drafting international contracts and international arbitration; national legislators and judges; scholars and students interested in
international contracts and commercial law.
Edited by Stefan Vogenauer, Professor of Comparative Law and Fellow of Brasenose College, University of Oxford; Director of the Oxford Institute of European and Comparative Law, and Jan Kleinheisterkamp, Assistant Professor of Law, HEC School of Management
"The commentary is a work of a high scholarly quality. I predict that it will be a standard work for lawyers who are involved in international commerce, and that it will promote the use of PICC." - Ole Lando, Common Market Law Review
"Both editors are to be complimented on this commentary, which combines high scientific standard with optimum practical usefulness. This commentary sets the benchmark for similar oeuvres and is a 'must' for every practitioner and scholar in this field" - Prof Dr iur Christiana Foutoukalis, Fribourg
"The commentary is an important development in the scholarship on the PICC.
It will become a major source of reference for anyone working with the PICC and in the area of comparative contract and commercial law" - Djakhongir Saidov, The Edinburgh Law Review
1: General Provisions
2: Formation and Authority of Agents
5: Content and Third Party Rights
9: Assignment of Rights, Transfer of Obligations, Assignment of Contracts
10: Limitations Periods