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  1. DRAFTING AN INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT International Business Law

  2. CH1 : NEGOCIATIONS • Two steps in negociations

  3. Section 1- Informal precontractual dealings • I- Freedom to negotiate • II- Good faith • III- Breach of negotiations

  4. Section 2- Pre-contracts • I- Definition

  5. II- Différents types of pre-contracts • A- Steps in negotiation

  6. B- Limitation of liability, subject to contract terms

  7. C- Contract regarding certain aspects of negotiation

  8. D- Final contract with modalities

  9. CH2 : CONTRACT TERMS • Intro : The preamble • A- Length • B- Content • C- Aim

  10. SECTION 1 : SPECIFIC TERMS • Distinction between specific terms and general terms.

  11. I- Parties • A- Who are the parties to this contract ? • B- Representant • C- Naming the parties

  12. II- Definitions

  13. Specific duties of the parties • See CISG for an example for the sale of goods

  14. SECTION 2- GENERAL TERMS

  15. I- Duty of best efforts • A- What is a duty of best efforts ? • B- Contracts containing duties of best efforts • C- Differents types de best efforts terms

  16. II- Penal term • A- What is the aim of a penal clause ? • B- Consequences • C- Limits

  17. III- Limitation liability • A- Exclusion and limitation of liability • B- Influence of national laws • D- Impact on insurance

  18. IV- Force majeure • A- Criteria • B- Regime • C- Consequences • D- Debtor’s duties

  19. V- Hardship term • A- Definition • B- Change of circumstances • C- Consequences • D- Dangerousness of this term

  20. VI- Change in market conditions • A- Competing offer clause • B- Client in a better prosition • C- Consequences

  21. VII- Option term

  22. SECTION 4 : DUTIES SURVIVING THE CONTRACT

  23. I- Terms concerning past events • A- Stock • B- Documents • C- Passed orders • D- Insurance • E- Work in progress

  24. II- Terms concerning future events • A- Non-competition term • B- Confidentiality • C- Warranty • D- Faithfulness