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Commercial and economic law in Brazil.


Commercial and economic law in Brazil.

Cruz e Creuz, Luis Rodolfo.

Wolters Kluwer Law & Business


238 pages



Derived from the multi-volume International Encylopaedia of Laws, this monograph provides guidance on the general contours of commercial and economic law in Brazil. Following an introduction to general background, chapters cover concepts and sources of commercial law, company law, personal status of businessmen, partnerships and corporations, professional organizations, commercial courts and arbitration, general obligations of economic operators, business assets, intellectual property, trade names, bankruptcy and related institutions, negotiable instruments, stock and commodity exchanges, commercial contracts, commercial guarantees, general principles of economic law, law of establishment and supervision of economic activities, competition law, and state regulation of the conditions of commercial transactions. Kluwer Law International is now Wolters Kluwer Law & Business.

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