This chapter focuses on the performance of payment obligations under the Principles of European Contract Law (PECL). It considers two questions relating to payment dealt with in PECL – the form and manner of payment and payment by a third party – compares the PECL to South African and Scots law, and suggests that while they all have a mixed character, they differ in the manner and process by which this mix has come to fruition.
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