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10 th Session

23 May - 17 June 1977, Vienna

 

A/32/17 - Report of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law on the work of its tenth session

 

A/CN.9/125/Add.1-3 - Comments by Governments and international organizations on the draft convention on the international sale of goods

A/CN.9/126 - Analysis of comments by Governments and international organizations on the draft convention on the international sale of goods as adopted by the Working Group on the international sale of goods

A/CN.9/127 - International commercial arbitration

A/CN.9/127/Add. 1 - International commercial arbitration

A/CN.9/128 - Report of the Working Group on the International Sale of Goods on the work of its eighth session (New York, 4-14 January 1977)

A/CN.9/128 Annex I - Formation of contracts for the international sale of goods

A/CN.9/128 Annex II - Future work

A/CN.9/129 - Current activities of international organizations related to the harmonization and unification of international trade law

A/CN.9/129/Add.1 - Current activities of international organizations related to the harmonization and unification of international trade law

A/CN.9/130 - Security interests

A/CN.9/131 - Study on security interests

A/CN.9/132 - Note by the Secretariat on article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code of the United States of America

A/CN.9/133 - Liability for damage caused by products intended for or involved in international trade

A/CN.9/134 - Provisional agenda

A/CN.9/135 - Draft convention on the international sale of goods; draft articles concerning implementation and other final clauses

A/CN.9/136 - General conditions of sale and standard contracts

A/CN.9/137 - Training and assistance in the field of international trade law

A/CN.9/138 - Consistency of legal provisions drafted by the Commission or its workings groups

A/CN.9/139 - Analysis of the replies of Governments to the questionnaire on liability for damage caused by products

A/CN.9/140 - Possible conference of plenipotentiaries to conclude a Convention on the International Sales of Goods: financial implications

 

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