Viyana Satım Sözleşmesi (CISG), Arnavutluk Cumhuriyeti Medeni Kanunu ve Kosova Cumhuriyeti Borçlar Kanunu’na Göre Satıcının Malı Teslim Borcu
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The aim of this study is to explain the seller's obligation to deliver the goods comparatively according to CISG, the Civil Code of the Republic of Albania and the Code of Obligations of the Republic of Kosovo. Before moving to the seller's obligation to deliver the goods, the concept of delivery has been tried to be examined. There is no definition of the concept of delivery in the CISG, but it has been determined where, when and how the delivery will take place. After that, the determination of the place of delivery of the goods will be discussed. As stipulated in the CISG, the seller is obliged to deliver the goods to the buyer, to hand over the documents pertaining to the goods to the buyer and to transfer the ownership of the goods to the buyer. However, it is possible to mention these debts only when the parties do not agree otherwise or there is no arrangement in the contract. Because the provisions of the CISG related to the seller's obligation to deliver the goods are qualified as a complementary law rule. In terms of the seller's obligation to deliver the goods, CISG, ACMK and KCBK are largely parallel.