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He is entitled to retain them until he has been reimbursed his reasonable expenses by the buyer. ARTICLE 86 (1) If the buyer has received the goods and intends to exercise any right under the contract or this Convention to reject them, he must take such steps to preserve them as are reasonable in the circumstances. He is entitled to retain them until he has been reimbursed his reasonable expenses by the seller. (2) If goods dispatched to the buyer have been placed at his disposal at their destination and he exercises the right to reject them, he must take possession of them on behalf of the seller, provided that this can be done without payment of the price and without unreasonable inconvenience or unreasonable expense.
Russian CCI, 30 May 2000 Int. Ct. Russian CCI, 24 January 2002 Internationales Schiedsgericht der Bundeskammer der gewerblichen Wirtschaft – Wien, 15 June 1994 Netherlands Arbitration Institute, 15 October 2002 CISG-online 1084 CISG-online 1077 CISG-online 887 CISG-online 691 C 78–1 C 75–1 C 76–1 C 7–3 C 72–2 C 29–2 C 38/9–6, C 44–4 C 45–1 C 14–4 C 38/39–4, C 44–3, C 77–3 C 78–2, C 88–2 C 3–6 C 34–1 C 78–3 CISG-online 740/780 C 35–4, C 71–3 248, 449 xxxiii 348 129 298, 343, 554 559, 609 47 234 560 TABLE OF CASES Court, Date Source Art.
ARTICLE 65 (1) If under the contract the buyer is to specify the form, measurement or other features of the goods and he fails to make such speciﬁcation either on the date agreed upon or within a reasonable time after receipt of a request from the seller, the seller may, without prejudice to any other rights he may have, make the speciﬁcation himself in accordance with the requirements of the buyer that may be known to him. (2) If the seller makes the speciﬁcation himself, he must inform the buyer of the details thereof and must ﬁx a reasonable time within which the buyer may make a diﬀerent speciﬁcation.