International standard contracts: a comparative study

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Feb 1, 1982 - Law - 431 pages
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Contents

Introduction
17
Conflict rules
33
Material or essential validity
42
Interpretation of the Contract
64
Effects of the Contract
72
Functional Comparison
82
The Impact of Technology on the Development of Contemporary
115
State for External Affairs Canada 115330
121
Lobjet et les principes fondamentaux du droit international
339
Les sources du droit international prive
363
Methodes de reglement
380
Droit international prive et cooperation economique
411
Notes
423
Bibliographic
430
1Etat de 1Academie des sciences Moscou 331432
432
Copyright

Doctrine et pratique sovietiques en droit international prive
331

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