CISG

AcronymDefinition
CISGContracts for the International Sale of Goods (United Nations)
CISGConvention on International Sale of Goods (UN)
CISGConvention on Contracts for International Sale of Goods (international trade; UN)
CISGCentro Internazionale Studi Gentiliani (Italian: Gentili International Study Center; est. 1981; Italy)
CISGColloid and Interface Science Group (Royal Society of Chemistry; UK)
CISGCharging Issues Standing Group (electricity; National Grid; UK)
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cisg.law.pace.edu/cisg/biblio/magnus.html, consultada el 20 de septiembre de 2011.
"Direct contractual claim of the sub-buyer and international sale of goods: Applicable law and applicability of the CISG," European Review of Private Law, Vol.16, No.4, pp.583-605
Sunil Thawani, Chairman, Continual Improvement Sub Group, said: "The continual improvement and innovation of business, products, services and processes is critical to sustainability of organisations in today's business environment, more than ever." Symposia like the Third CISG provide platforms for organisations to contribute, learn and adapt best practices to enhance the performance of their employees, Thawani added.-- business@khaleejtimes.com
The CISG was finalized for adoption by United Nations member-states in Vienna in 1980.
inspection of the goods upon delivery, see CISG, supra note 2, art.
(58) For example, Rechtsbehelf is used as the translation of "remedy" in the official German language version of the CISG, see Ubereinkommen der Vereinten Nationen uber Vertage uber den internationalen Warenkauf, Bundesgesetzblatt 1989 II, 588 at 599.
The sticking point here is that the CISG does contain a limited provision allowing oral contracts.
Remarks on the CISG, 6 INTERNATIONALES HANDELSRECHT 228, 228 (2006)
(24) For example, the UNIDROIT Principles are often applied to fill gaps in the CISG. (25) In international arbitrations, the UNIDROIT Principles and PECL will govern a dispute if the parties choose them as the governing law.
In other decisions--by both domestic courts and arbitral tribunals--the UNIDROIT Principles have been used to interpret international uniform law instruments such as the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods ('CISG').
Consequently, the Continual Improvement Subgroup (CISG) regularly holds symposiums, lectures, workshops and conferences such as "The Conference of continual improvement" which had been held recently on last September.
(8.) Jurgen Basedow, Towards a Universal Doctrine of Breach of Contract: The Impact of the CISG, 25 INT'L REV.