As mentioned above, at the end of the text, we find the purchase and sale contract as a stand-alone right, which allows the reader to immediately verify the comment of the various clauses previously proposed. If we look at the text of the BSG, there is a certain perplexity, more formal and more stylistic. It begins with definitions in which, in some cases, the definition is introduced by dating rather “must make sense,” while in other cases, more modern “means” (or either of the two styles) are used. The other concern concerns the division of each article, which is divided into several levels according to Anglo-Saxon design techniques: in the O.G.S. appendix, but we find two different scores: the first on four levels (1, 1.1., 1.1., 1.1., a)/b)/c) etc.), as it .B to articles 3 and 4, the second to three levels only (1st, a)/b)/c), etc., i)/ii/iii/) and see articles 1. 2 and 12.2., which, in my view, may make the use of contractual agreements less clear for the reader. Finally, and not least, the structure of certain clauses and terms they use seems, at least in my opinion, a bit “Italian”. introduction. – I. Nature and structure of the sales and sales contract. Mr President, I would like to speak to the Commissioner for the negotiation of the sale and purchase. – III. Considerations, definitions.
I would like to thank the Commissioner for his work. Sale and purchase price. – V. Representations and guarantees, and the problem of compensation. I SHOULD LIKE TO ASK the Commissioner if he is terminating the contract and appeals. – VII. The publication. VIII. arbitration. – Appendix. Purchase and sale agreement.
Pages. €285 – €26. The starting point is that while the G.S.O. is a “particularly important treaty from an economic point of view”, there is no legislative discipline in Italy. On this basis, De Nova suspects a BSG written in English and subject to Italian law (which, as explained at the beginning of the first chapter, is much more frequent than readers can imagine), the text of which is entirely presented in appendix. This allows the author to accompany the reader in examining the various clauses of the BSG and to “tell” the story of a contract to acquire stakes as well as those linked to international contracts, while reflecting on the possible legal consequences arising from the choice of Italian law as the regulatory law of the BSG.
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