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The Resource Comparative commercial contracts : law, culture and economic development, by Boris Kozolchyk, Evo DeConcini, Professor of Law, James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona

Comparative commercial contracts : law, culture and economic development, by Boris Kozolchyk, Evo DeConcini, Professor of Law, James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona

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Comparative commercial contracts : law, culture and economic development
Title
Comparative commercial contracts
Title remainder
law, culture and economic development
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by Boris Kozolchyk, Evo DeConcini, Professor of Law, James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona
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eng
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Kozolchyk, Boris
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index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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  • Commercial law
  • Contracts
  • Commercial law
  • Contracts
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Comparative commercial contracts : law, culture and economic development, by Boris Kozolchyk, Evo DeConcini, Professor of Law, James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
Part I. Overview, methodology, formation and evolution of commercial promises -- 1. Guiding themes and content of this book -- 2. Methodology -- 3. The law of contracts in a pre-commercial or agricultural survival society -- 4. Roman law -- Part II. Medieval law: guilds, agents and notaries -- 5. Medieval law -- 6. Guilds and the capitalist system and Marxist legal systems -- 7. The Latin notariat and contemporary contracts -- Part III. European codification -- 8. The French 'code civil'; key politics and drafting method -- 9. The birth of a continental European commercial law; fair and commercial courts -- 10. The 'code de commerce' of 1808 -- 11. Socio-economic context of Germany's civil and commercial codes -- 12. The codification of the German civil and commercial codes -- 13. Customs, usages and other sources of commercial contract law in German and other representative codes -- Part IV. Familistic and socialist variants of the civil law -- 14. Latin American codification and its all-important colonial background -- 15. Soviet commercial contract law -- 16. The peculiar meaning of Soviet and post-Soviet commercial contracts: an invertebrate legal system -- 17. Chinese imperial, mostly living-law of contracts -- 18. Contracts and litigation in imperial and Mao's China -- 19. Contemporary land contracts, third parties and judicial law making -- Part V. Anglo-American law -- 20. Socio-economic and legal contexts and English commercial contracts -- 21. The socio-economic and legal contexts of U.S. commercial contracts -- Part VI. Formation, interpretation and adjudication of contractual and customary law disputes -- 22. Formation of contracts: ceremony or conduct? -- 23. Two guiding principles for the interpretation of commercial contracts: good faith and reasonableness -- 24. Drafting commercial practices and the growth of commercial contract law -- 25. Brief overview of commercial trial procedure -- 26. Pre-contractual liability: culpa in contrahendo -- 27. Excuses for non-performance of contracts -- 28. Extrajudicial remedies and the remedy of specific performance -- 29. Judicial and extrajudicial termination -- 30. Damages for breach of warranty in U.S. economic analysis influenced law
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
lii, 1,307 pages
Isbn
9780314289681
Isbn Type
(hardbound)
Lccn
2013404910
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)876685896
Label
Comparative commercial contracts : law, culture and economic development, by Boris Kozolchyk, Evo DeConcini, Professor of Law, James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. Overview, methodology, formation and evolution of commercial promises -- 1. Guiding themes and content of this book -- 2. Methodology -- 3. The law of contracts in a pre-commercial or agricultural survival society -- 4. Roman law -- Part II. Medieval law: guilds, agents and notaries -- 5. Medieval law -- 6. Guilds and the capitalist system and Marxist legal systems -- 7. The Latin notariat and contemporary contracts -- Part III. European codification -- 8. The French 'code civil'; key politics and drafting method -- 9. The birth of a continental European commercial law; fair and commercial courts -- 10. The 'code de commerce' of 1808 -- 11. Socio-economic context of Germany's civil and commercial codes -- 12. The codification of the German civil and commercial codes -- 13. Customs, usages and other sources of commercial contract law in German and other representative codes -- Part IV. Familistic and socialist variants of the civil law -- 14. Latin American codification and its all-important colonial background -- 15. Soviet commercial contract law -- 16. The peculiar meaning of Soviet and post-Soviet commercial contracts: an invertebrate legal system -- 17. Chinese imperial, mostly living-law of contracts -- 18. Contracts and litigation in imperial and Mao's China -- 19. Contemporary land contracts, third parties and judicial law making -- Part V. Anglo-American law -- 20. Socio-economic and legal contexts and English commercial contracts -- 21. The socio-economic and legal contexts of U.S. commercial contracts -- Part VI. Formation, interpretation and adjudication of contractual and customary law disputes -- 22. Formation of contracts: ceremony or conduct? -- 23. Two guiding principles for the interpretation of commercial contracts: good faith and reasonableness -- 24. Drafting commercial practices and the growth of commercial contract law -- 25. Brief overview of commercial trial procedure -- 26. Pre-contractual liability: culpa in contrahendo -- 27. Excuses for non-performance of contracts -- 28. Extrajudicial remedies and the remedy of specific performance -- 29. Judicial and extrajudicial termination -- 30. Damages for breach of warranty in U.S. economic analysis influenced law
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
lii, 1,307 pages
Isbn
9780314289681
Isbn Type
(hardbound)
Lccn
2013404910
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)876685896

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