It is the view of the Government of Algeria that its signing the Final Act and the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea does not entail any change in its position on the non-recognition of certain other signatories, nor any obligation to co-operate in any field whatsoever with those signatories. Upon ratification 11 June Declaration 1 The People's Democratic Republic of Algeria does not consider itself bound by the provisions of articleparagraph 1 bof the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea dealing with the submission of disputes to the International Court of Justice. The People's Democratic Republic of Algeria declares that, in order to submit a dispute to the International Court of Justice, prior agreement between all the parties concerned is necessary in each case.
Translation edited by William M. After the machine was transported to Spain by a moving company hired by the [buyer], the [buyer] had the machine installed and connected by a Spanish company. With the assistance of an electronics specialist from company L. The Plaintiff [buyer] demands from the Defendant No.
The Court viewed the order confirmation of June 25, as providing that the [seller], by promising to provide a mechanic for the duration of one business day, wanted to be responsible for the successful putting into operation of the machine, so that the [seller] was responsible for dispatching a sufficiently qualified technician and is liable for the costs of the technically under-qualified mechanic A.
With their - permissible - appeal, the Defendants further pursue their motion to dismiss. Reasons for the decision I. The Court of Appeals explained that the proceeding in the Lower Court suffers from a material defect because the Court of First Instance did not completely understand and take into consideration the statements of the [seller] concerning the "provision of an L.
The duty to "provide an L. The undisputed statements of the [seller] that the agreement was reached within the framework of the price negotiations after the [seller] was not prepared to agree to further price reductions and the [buyer] pointed to its costs for the installation and instruction, squarely contradicts the interpretation of the Court of First Instance.
Against this background, the Court of Appeals held that the temporally clearly-defined promise to "provide an L. The Court of Appeals held that the lawsuit is also not ripe for decision for any other reason.
The [buyer] has properly pleaded a claim for damages under Arts. Because the [seller's] Sales and Delivery Terms were not made applicable to the contractual relationship pursuant to the CISG, the warranty exclusion in that body of law does not apply.
The decision of the lawsuit, thus, depends on whether the rolling-milling machine was afflicted with a defect that was covered by a warranty at the time of the transfer to a freight carrier and what costs arose from its removal.
The Court of First Instance must evaluate the evidence relating to this issue. These arguments do not withstand legal scrutiny in Scope and delimitation reservation system respects.
The interpretation of a contract can, however, in special cases, be based on procedural errors, e. The Court of First Instance interpreted the agreement, according to which the [seller] had to provide the [buyer] with an "L.
The Court of Appeals, on the other hand, viewed the agreement as "per se" unambiguous and not subject to interpretation; the Court of Appeals held that, in any event, the interpretation by the Court of First Instance is "squarely" contradicted by the undisputed statements of the [seller], which have not been taken into consideration by the Court of First Instance, that the agreement was entered into within the framework of the price negotiations after the [seller] was not prepared to agree to further price reductions and the [buyer] pointed to its costs for the installation and instruction.
The Court of Appeals, therefore, viewed the temporally-fixed promise to provide a mechanic merely as a financial accommodation, not as an obligation to provide a success-based secondary duty exceeding the duty to deliver the machine.
The Court of Appeals, thus, believed that a violation by the Court of First Instance of generally accepted principles of interpretation is present because not all the facts that are material for the interpretation were taken into consideration.
Such a violation does not, however, represent a procedural defect but a mistake in the interpretation of substantive law Federal Supreme Court, Decision of November 3,supra; Federal Supreme Court, Decision of March 19,supra. Even if the Court of First Instance did not expressly address the [seller's] statements concerning the negotiations, it cannot be assumed from that Court's decision that it did not consider the statements and, thus, violated the [seller's] right to be heard.
Rather, the Court of First Instance interpreted the statements of the [seller] as to their legal significance and scope different from the Court of Appeals Federal Supreme Court, Decision of November 3,supra, under II 2 b.
Because of the lack of a serious procedural error by the Court of First Instance, the appealed decision can therefore not stand.
That would be the case if the [seller] had effectively precluded its liability for breach of contract within the meaning of Art. As the Court of Appeals correctly found, however, a valid inclusion of the Sales and Delivery Terms of the [seller], which provide the exclusion of warranties for used machines in Item No.
According to the general view, the inclusion of general terms and conditions into a contract that is governed by the CISG is subject to the provisions regarding the conclusion of a contract Arts. The CISG does not, however, contain special rules regarding the inclusion of standard terms and conditions into a contract.
Thus, through an interpretation according to Art. As for the rest, it must be analyzed how a "reasonable person of the same kind as the other party" would have understood the offer Art.
An effective inclusion of general terms and conditions thus first requires that the intention of the offeror that he wants to include his terms and conditions into the contract be apparent to the recipient of the offer.
The opponent [other party] of the user of the clause can often not foresee to what clause text he agrees in a specific case because significant differences exist between the particular national clauses in view of the different national legal systems and customs; also, a control of the content of general terms and conditions under national law Art.
It is true that, in many cases, there will be the possibility to make inquiries into the content of the general terms and conditions. This can, however, lead to delays in the conclusion of the contract, in which neither party can have an interest.
For the user of the clauses, however, it is easily possible to attach to his offer the general terms and conditions, which generally favor him.
It would, therefore, contradict the principle of good faith in international trade Art. In the national legal system, the clauses within one industry sector are often similar and usually known to the participating merchants. To the extent that this does not apply to a commercially-active contract party, it can be expected of him, in good faith, that he make the clauses available to the other party, if he wants to close the deal - as offered by the user based on the general terms and conditions.
These requirements do not, however, apply to the same extent to international commercial relations, so that, under the principles of good faith of the other party, a duty to inquire cannot be expected of him.
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