European Parliament adopts proposal for a Common European Sales Law

“By 416 votes to 159, with about 65 abstentions, the European Parliament today adopted a legislative resolution on an optional Common European Sales Law (CESL). This is good news for European businesses and consumers who want to sell or buy online across borders. It is to be hoped that the Council will eventually give a similarly positive reaction …” (more)

[Eric Clive, European Private Law News, 26 February]

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