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Final Observations

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This conclusory chapter reviews the thirteen aspects of the law and practice of international contracts; they certainly do not exhaust the matter. The reality of contract is much richer and much more dynamic than the image given by traditional presentations. The study of international contracts considerably enriches traditional legal analysis. The chapter discusses the four features of international contract law practice: international contract drafting practice to a certain extent is autonomous with regard to domestic law; international contract practice leads to a certain standardization of contract clauses; international contract drafting is law developed by practitioners responding to practical problems and needs; and international contract drafting is increasingly influenced by Anglo-American drafting techniques.

Keywords: Anglo-American drafting techniques; contract clauses; international contracts



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