‘Preliminary Agreements and the Duty to Negotiate In Good Faith: Distinctive Features in the International Commercial Context’

“Based on the presentation made at the IECL (Institute of European and Comparative Law) Lunchtime Seminar Series, Law Faculty, University of Oxford, on 21 January 2020 which, in turn, is based on a paper I’m working on under the probable title of ‘Preliminary Agreements and the Duty to Negotiate in Good Faith: Distinctive Features in the International Commercial Context’. In international commercial practice, it is frequent to find preliminary agreements that state, in general or in more detailed terms, that the parties will negotiate in good faith …” (more)

[Isabel Zuluoga, British Association of Comparative Law, 24 February]

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