Cranston investigates why it is so rare for parties in international finance to resort to carrying out legal proceedings. His article covers two factors: the uncertainty surrounding formal legal remedies and the existence of a default clause in an agreement, being more powerful than formal legal proceedings. J.I.B.L. 1989, 4(2), 65-69
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