This Article will explore the remedial provisions of the Convention and some of the issues raised by the uneasy compromise over the right to require performance. Part I will describe the Convention's remedial provisions, illuminated by their drafting history. Part II will evaluate the ability of parties to vary these remedies, and will consider, in particular, the parties' ability to waive or require the remedy of specific performance contractually. A concluding section will offer some general observations regarding interpretation of the Sales Convention.
Amy H. Kastely,
The Right to Require Performance in International Sales: Towards an International Interpretation of the Vienna Convention,
63 Wash. L. Rev.
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