Part I of this article will discuss the history and purpose of the CISG. Part II will consider the applicability of the CISG to international commercial contracts where one contracting party is from the United States. Part III will discuss some notable differences between the CISG and North Carolina law. Finally, Part IV will consider situations in which the CISG may better serve the interests of parties to a contract for the international sale of goods than the U.C.C. or North Carolina common law.
Alicia Jurney Whitlock and Boris S. Abbey, Who's Afraid of the CISG? Why North Carolina Practitioners Should Learn a Thing or Two About the 1980 United Nations Convention on the Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, 30 Campbell L. Rev. 275 (2008).