Brief of Case-Pratt&Whitney v. Malev

Brief of Case-Pratt&Whitney v. Malev - Brief of...

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Brief of Case- Pratt Whitney v. Malev Facts of case: Pratt & Whitney Crop, plaintiff, the seller, is an American manufacturer of aircraft engines. Defendant, the buyer, is Malev Hungarian Airlines. The parties entered into negotiations that plaintiff would supply jet engines to be installed on jumbo jets that defendant was purchasing from Boeing Aircraft or Airbus of France. On December 14 th , 1990, plaintiff sent a written proposal to defendant in which there was no properly defined equipment and defendant accepted it on deadline of the proposal, December 21 st , 1990. On March 25 th , 1991, defendant informed plaintiff in a letter that they won’t plan to buy plaintiff’s engines. Therefore, plaintiff sued defendant for breach of contract. Issues: Does the sale of aircraft engines cover under the CISG contract? Can the plaintiff’s proposal constitute a legal offer under the CISG? Is the defendant’s response an acceptance under CISG? Can it be constituted a valid contract even though some terms of
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