This chapter evaluates whether the Principles of European Contract Law (PECL) are predominantly civil law, predominantly common law, or mixed. It considers the PECL rules on interpretation from this point of view and examines whether they are acceptable, and how they compare with the rules in Scots and South African law. The chapter specifically provides an interpretation of the PECL rules in Articles 5:101 and 5:102.
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