LIABILITY UNDER PRECONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS AND THEIR APPLICATION UNDER COLOMBIAN LAW AND THE CISG
The purpose of this article is to address the importance of pre contractual liability in the regulation of contemporary commercial relations in an international context. In first instance, I will address the regulation of precontractual agreements under Colombian domestic law. Second, I will be briefly comparing the application and regulation of precontractual liability in Colombian domestic law with its application in American law. Finally, I will address its application under the CISG and I will include a brief comparison of this Convention with Colombian domestic law in respect to this matter. In addition, I will provide practical examples to illustrate the application of precontractual liability under Colombian domestic law and the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG).
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