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INTRODUCTION
1.1. PARTY AUTONOMY
1.1.1. Choice-of-Law Freedom
1.1.2. Choice-of-Forum Freedom
1.2. PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW RULES OF THE FORUM
1.2.1. PIL Rules and the Determination of the Applicable Law
1.2.2. CISG as the Governing Law
1.2.3. Contracting State Domestic Law as the Governing Law
2.1. CONTRACT FORMATION UNDER THE BRAZILIAN LAW
2.1.1. Legal Tradition and Sources of Law
2.1.2. Proposal
2.1.3. Acceptance
2.1.4. Counter-Offer
2.1.5. Moment of Contract Formation
2.1.6. Place of Contract Formation
2.1.7. Formal Requirements
2.2. CONTRACT FORMATION UNDER THE CISG
2.2.1. Legal Tradition and Sources of Law
2.2.2. Proposal
2.2.3. Acceptance
2.2.4. Counter-Offer
2.2.5. Moment of Contract Formation
2.3.1. Legal Tradition and Sources of Law
2.3.2. Sources of Obligations
2.3.3. Proposal
2.3.4. Acceptance
2.3.5. Counter-Offer
2.3.6. Moment of Contract Formation
2.3.7. Place of Contract Formation
2.3.8. Formal Requirements
CONCLUSION
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Choice of Law Brazil Aguiar Anelize S 201103 LLM Thesis

Choice of Law Brazil Aguiar Anelize S 201103 LLM Thesis

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