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Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Choice of CESL and Conflict of Laws, Gerhard Dannemann 3. Drafting and Interpretation, Stefan Vogenauer 4. Conceptions of Contract, Simon Whittaker and Karl Riesenhuber 5. Non-Discrimination and the 'Constitutionalization' of Contract Law, Mark Freedland and Matthias Lehmann 6. Language of Information, Contract, and Communication, Geraint Howells, Bevan Marten, and Wolfgang Wurmnest 7. Pre-Contractual Duties, Christian Twigg-Flesner and Kasper Steensgaard 8. Conclusion of Contract, Caroline Harvey and Michael Schillig 9. The Right of Withdrawal, Reiner Schulze and Jonathan Morgan 10. Interpretation of Contracts, Gerard McMeel and Hans Christoph Grigoleit 11. Defects in Consent: Mistake, Fraud, Coercion, Threats, Unfair Exploitation, John Cartwright and Martin Schmidt-Kessel 12. Control of Standard Contract Terms, Phillip Hellwege and Lucinda Miller 13. 'Representation', Thomas Krebs and Robert Freitag 14. Contract Terms in Favour of Third Parties, Andrew Burrows and Christoph Busch 15. Transfer of Rights and Obligations, Hugh Beale and Wolf-Georg Ringe 16. Supervening Events, Ewan McKendrick and Hannes Unberath 17. Obligations of Sellers and Buyers, Christopher Schuller and Alexander Zenefels 18. Specific Performance and Right of Cure, Hector L. MacQueen, Barbara Dauner-Lieb, and Peter W. Tettinger 19. Termination, Price Reduction, and Damages, Mindy Chen-Wishart and Ulrich Magnus 20. Control of Standard Terms and Collective Proceedings, James Devenney and Thomas Pfeiffer 21. The CESL as Optional Sales Law: Interactions with English and German Law, Gerhard Dannemann 22. The DCFR and the CESL as Models for Law Reform, Stefan Vogenauer