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Article 26

A declaration of avoidance of the contract is effective only if made by notice to the other party.

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FOOTNOTES

1. Jerzy Rajski, in: Bianca/Bonell Commentary on the International Sales Law (Giuffre: Milan 1987) 126.

2. Secretariat Commentary on Article 24 of the 1978 Draft [became CISG Article 26], UN Doc. A/CONF. 97/5 (14 March 1979), in: United Nations Conference on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, Official Records, UN Doc. A/CONF.97/19 (1991), p. 27, para. 4.

3. John O. Honnold, Uniform Law for International Sales, 3rd ed. (Kluwer 1999) 215 [citations omitted].

4. Peter Schlechtriem, Uniform Sales Law (Manz: Vienna 1986) 45 [citations omitted].

5. Fritz Enderlein & Dietrich Maskow, International Sales Law (Oceana 1992) 243.

6. Honnold supra note 3 [citations omitted].


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