With regard to the sales contract, in the frame of European Private Law the seller's right to have a second tender in order to perform in conformity with the contract (so called right to cure) is gaining ground both in national legal system and in the harmonization projects such DCFR. The right to cure will be scrutinized in a comparative-historical analysis bearing in mind the differences between obligation and guarantee's model.

Ancient and Modern Legal Models of Buyer’s Protection Against the Material Defect of Goods. Particularly, the problem of the right to cure.

DALLA MASSARA, Tommaso
2017-01-01

Abstract

With regard to the sales contract, in the frame of European Private Law the seller's right to have a second tender in order to perform in conformity with the contract (so called right to cure) is gaining ground both in national legal system and in the harmonization projects such DCFR. The right to cure will be scrutinized in a comparative-historical analysis bearing in mind the differences between obligation and guarantee's model.
right to cure; guarantee; obligation; sales contract
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