The Effect of Late Acceptance under the CISG and Turkish Law

The CISG provides two different set of rules for two different situations; first situation is where the acceptance arrives late by offer’s fault and the second situation is where the acceptance arrives late because of an irregularity in the means of communication. By Fatma Esra Güzeloğlu & Abdülkadir Güzeloğlu The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International… Continue reading The Effect of Late Acceptance under the CISG and Turkish Law

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Battle of Forms under the CISG and Turkish Law : “Knock-out” rule versus “last shot” rule

When each party attempts to incorporate its own standard terms into the contract, almost inevitably those standard terms will include contradicting provisions which results in difficulty to make out from the facts which set of standard terms should prevail; as generally called as “battle of forms”. By Fatma Esra Güzeloğlu & Abdülkadir Güzeloğlu Under the United Nations Convention on… Continue reading Battle of Forms under the CISG and Turkish Law : “Knock-out” rule versus “last shot” rule

When does an electronically transmitted offer become effective: Perspectives of the CISG and Turkish Law

Where the addressee has expressed somehow that it is willing to receive electronic communications; then the message is deemed to be “reached” when it enters the information system of the addressee. If the addressee has not expressed such intention, then, additionally, the offeree has to become aware of the massage. Can the CISG cope with… Continue reading When does an electronically transmitted offer become effective: Perspectives of the CISG and Turkish Law

In a House of Mirrors: Reflections of Public Policy When Enforcing Foreign Judgments in Turkey

Today, it is almost impossible to find a concept that is unable to depict a clear perspective, but plays a crucial role during interaction of different jurisdictions other than the public policy. Strikingly, while a consented definition on international and even local platforms is ever absent, importance of public policy can be observed in myriad… Continue reading In a House of Mirrors: Reflections of Public Policy When Enforcing Foreign Judgments in Turkey

Launch of the New Website

We are happy to announce that our website is now launched. For the latest updates on Turkish and international law, you may follow our website, official blog, LinkedIn page or Twitter feed. Büromuzun internet sayfasının aktif hale geldiğini paylaşmaktan mutluluk duyarız. Ulusal ve uluslararası hukuktaki önemli ve güncel gelişmelerden haberdar olmak için, websitemizi, resmi blogumuzu, LinkedIn sayfamızı veya Twitter… Continue reading Launch of the New Website