As promised, the blog will be used to build up your database of decided cases for ACCA F4 purposes and increase your CLOUT in the F4 exam room.
Case 190 1997
The defendant, an Austrian seller of imported Italian cars, sold a Lamborghini Countach to the plaintiff, a Swiss buyer. The seller, however, was not able to make delivery of the car to the buyer.
The court held that as the car was purchased for personal use (if I had one I wouldn’t let anybody else drive it!), in accordance with Article 2(a), the CISG did not apply to the case.
However, the court indicated that the CISG could have been applied to the case if the fact that the seller ‘neither knew nor ought to have known that the goods were bought for any such use’ had been proved by the buyer.
https://www.theexpgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/styleguide-EXP-4.png00Steve Crossmanhttps://www.theexpgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/styleguide-EXP-4.pngSteve Crossman2009-09-19 11:36:312009-09-19 11:36:31Nice car, shame about the usage...
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