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What is the difference between a “gap” and “exclusion” when interpreting the CISG?

(a): A gap is an area within the governance of the CISG but on which the CISG is silent; gaps are to be settled in conformity with the general principles of the CISG. An exclusion is a matter not within the governance of the CISG, such as the rights of a third party to an international sale, and are settled using domestic law under a traditional choice of law analysis.

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