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Credit Manual of Commercial Laws: 1991.

Credit Manual of Commercial Laws 1991

This is the 83rd edition of the Credit Manual of Commercial Laws providing up-to-date information regarding regulatory and statutory issues and guidelines for commercial transactions. The manual is the most comprehensive state-by-state summary of the various laws affecting commercial transactions that is published anywhere in the United States. Also contained in the manual are useful summaries for the small business entity include laws concerning the leasing of personal property, retail installment sales laws, consumer protection legislation, credit card fraud, sales and use taxes as well as numerous other subjects that the small business clients customarily ask their accountants about before seeking the advice of counsel. Accordingly, the practicing accountant should have a convenient source of reference. In this respect the Credit Manual of Commercial Laws should prove useful. The manual also contains a dozen feature articles on subjects of current interest and development for any business entity that extends credit to its customers. Additionally, there is an article on recent cases of interest to credit managers of both large and small businesses.
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Publication:The National Public Accountant
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Date:Sep 1, 1991
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