The purpose of this Note is not only to benefit lawyers and judges who must confront these problems in litigation, but also to provide participants in the foreign exchange market with both an understanding of the legal significance of their procedures for making foreign exchange contracts and an appreciation of the possible legal consequences of the mistakes that inevitably result from fol-lowing these procedures.
Michael L. Manire,
Foreign Exchange Sales and the Law of Contracts: A Case For Analogy to the Uniform Commercial Code,
35 Vanderbilt Law Review
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