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Modern Law of Contracts and Sales in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Modern Law of Contracts and Sales in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
  • Jaar van uitgave 2011
  • 322 pagina's
Auteur:Natia Lapiashvili
Redacteur:Ingeborg Schwenzer
Reeks:International Commerce and Arbitration (deel 9)
Rubriek: Juridisch Ondernemingsrecht
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In this monograph, the author aims to provide a comprehensive comparative study on modern sales law in the Eastern European and Central Asian states, covering 25 jurisdictions altogether. The paper is based on legislative acts, doctrine and case-studies. Taking into account the significant difficulties in accessing these materials in the English language, the work will serve as a source of information on a number of contract law issues for  lawyers worldwide. This research aims to contribute to legal scholarship by providing a comparative-functional approach in the subject area of sales law. The approach taken should be useful for any law practitioner and researcher looking for a detailed and well-supported legal answer to any of the topics covered by this work.


Practitioners in sales law.


Natia Lapiashvili has obtained a doctorate degree in law in November 2010 in Basel University, Switzerland under the supervision of Prof. Ingeborg Schwenzer. Her doctorate work focuses on the comparative contract law, with emphasis on the sale of goods regulations in the region of Eastern Europe and Central Asia. She has previously studied in Georgia (LL.B. with merit, Tbilisi State University) and Latvia (LL.M. with merit, Public International and European Law, Riga Graduate School of Law). Due to her genuine interest in international investment and commercial arbitration, she has obtained another LL.M. degree in 2011 at the Geneva Master in International Dispute Settlement Programme. Natia is an experienced Moot Court Alumni. She has acted as arbitrator, coach and participant in several Moot Courts such as VIS, FDI, Model WTO, Model ICC, P. Jessup, M. Lachs.