Posted by Curmudgeon on 8/05/05
Sure, you can opt out of the CISG and specify the jurisdiction
and venue. You didn't say what kind of trade your friend was
interested in, but don't ever discount the potential of DOD,
Commerce Department, and Homeland Security oversight, as well as
Customs and other state and federal taxing authorities.
On 8/05/05, Eve new attoreny wrote:
> Gees, Curmudgeon, that's really helpful. I believe a
> international trade does not need to turns on the whole body
> internatonal business law. I believe CISG is a place to
> which will probably apply to the contract b/t the seller and
> buyer. As to the commisson contract between seller and my
> friend, we will try to apply the CA law. What do you think?
> On 8/04/05, Curmudgeon wrote:
>> Don't even consider it. I'm a professor of International
>> Business Law. If you don't even know where to start, you'll
>> never find your way through the myriad mazes.
Posts on this thread, including this one
- transaction, 8/04/05, by Eve new attoreny.
- Re: transaction, 8/04/05, by Curmudgeon.
- Re: transaction, 8/05/05, by Eve new attoreny.
- Re: transaction, 8/05/05, by Curmudgeon.
- Re: transaction * PS*, 8/05/05, by Curmudgeon.