A. UNCITRAL text
1. The text of the [1978 draft of the ] United Nations Commission on International Trade Law provided as follows:
"Article 57 [became CISG article 61 ]
"(1) If the buyer fails to perform any of his obligations under the contract and this Convention, the seller may:
"(a) exercise the rights provided in articles 58 to 61 [became CISG article 62, CISG article 63, CISG article 64 and CISG article65 ];
"(b) claim damages as provided in articles 70 to 73 [became CISG article 74, CISG article 75, CISG article 76 and CISG article 77 ].
"(2) The seller is not deprived of any right he may have to claim damages by exercising his right to other remedies.
"(3) No period of grace may be granted to the buyer by a court or arbitral tribunal when the seller resorts to a remedy for breach or contract."
2. No amendments were submitted to this article.
C. Proceedings in the First Committee
4. At the 25th meeting, the UNCITRAL text was adopted.
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