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on 30 October 2006
I disagree with the other reviewer - this book does NOT claim to be a study of the CISG. It is a book about English law on private international trade transactions and should thus be judged on that. The CISG does not apply in England. I am afraid the reviewer expects quite unfairly that a book on English law should venture into that which is not English law. I found the book most useful in my English law degree. I like the use of cases and how the explanation is always with reference to actual commercial practice. It's a great book for the LLB or LLM student in England.
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on 5 November 2012
Compared with other books bought from amazon,the papers of this book are too thin.When I used the highlight pen to mark some sentence. The back side of this paper was also influenced.
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on 25 September 2013
Wanted to have a guide on international transactions, a quick check guide and can use it for remarks and hints on international trade.
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on 21 June 2006
For a book which purports to be on international trade, the focus is incredibly narrow. It should be called "International Trade from a Narrow UK Perspective". Most strikingly, the author dismisses the CISG in a few lines, notwithstanding that the majority of international transactions are now goverened by it. Although the book will no doubt be of use to UK law students studying international trade from a UK point of view, it is of almost no value to anyone else, including students from other common law jurisdictions or, for that matter, to UK students who want a truly international perpective.
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on 9 July 2014
Excellent product
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