MankowskiCommercial Law

The wealth of nations has been built upon trade and commerce. Trade and commerce have always been international and cross-border by nature. They transcend national borders and call for international rules.

Many actors aspire at creating such rules. Some rules have gained international if not global acceptance and have become pivots of international trade and commerce. Sale and carriage of goods are the most important branches of world trade for which international rules exist. Services, financing and security are about to follow. Soft law and clauses combine with international treaties. International rules call for an international perspective and uniform practice. They also have to transcend national borders.

The new commentary provides in-depth article by article analyses of:
CISG plus Limitation Convention | UNIDROIT Principles | Incoterms © | CMR | CMNI | CIV | CIM | Montreal Convention | Commercial Agents Directive | Late Payment Directive | Cape Town Convention | UCP.

Business is international and dynamic. This commentary combines practical expertise and international perspective. It duly follows dynamic and development. Trade, transport, distribution and financing appear as the unity they are in commercial practice.

The new commentary aims at being a total package. A single reach to the desk – and all is on display.