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Anticipatory breach of contract and the necessity of adequate assurance under English law and Uniform Commercial Code (2018)
Journal Article
Beheshti, R. (2018). Anticipatory breach of contract and the necessity of adequate assurance under English law and Uniform Commercial Code. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, ISSN 0306-2945

The doctrine of anticipatory breach of contract originated in English law and was adopted into the Uniform Commercial Code. The doctrine remained intact and rigid in English law but certain rules were modified in the UCC regime, which supplemented it... Read More

A comparative and normative analysis of the remoteness test in the availability of significant remedies in international sales transactions (2016)
Journal Article
Beheshti, R. (2016). A comparative and normative analysis of the remoteness test in the availability of significant remedies in international sales transactions. Journal of Business Law, 5,

This article focuses on the remoteness of loss. It will be shown that the availability of damages under legal regimes created by the main international conventions, such as the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Good... Read More

Comparative and normative analysis of damages under the SGA and the CESL (2014)
Journal Article
Beheshti, R. (2014). Comparative and normative analysis of damages under the SGA and the CESL. St. Thomas law review, 26(4), ISSN 1065-318X

The Proposal for a Common European Sales Law (CESL) and the Sale of Goods Act 1979 (SGA) have adopted different approaches toward the calculation of damages. Under the SGA, the ‘market price’ rule is preferred over the rule governing ‘making a substi... Read More