French Code of commerce and most usual commercial laws with a theoretical and practical commentary and a compendium of the judicial organisation and of tile [i.e. the] course of procedure before the tribunals of commerce, together with the text of the law, the most recent decisions of the courts, and a glossary of French judicial terms by Goirand, LГ©opold

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Other titlesFrench Code of commerce
Statementby Leopold Goirand.
LC ClassificationsKJV2194.31807 .G65 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 842 p. ;
Number of Pages842
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Open LibraryOL53390M
ISBN 101561695106
LC Control Number99061972

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French Commercial Code --General provisions on commerce --Commercial companies and economic interest groupings --Certain types of sales and exclusivity clauses --Freedom of prices and competition --Negotiable instruments and guarantees --Undertakings in difficulty --Organization of commerce --Certain regulated professions.

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A new law called “Loi sur les Nouvelles Régulations Economiques” had amended the French Competition Law now included in the Code of Commerce.

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Article L. Article L. Article L. TITLE II COMMERCIAL PERSONS CHAPTER I DEFINITION AND STATUS Section 1 The Status of a Commercial Person Article L.

Article L. Article L. tion of the merchants' books and their probative value, in the importance of commercial associations, in the laws of surety, in a commercial jurisdiction, a peculiar characteristic of which was I Digests of Justinian, XIV.

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