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The Law Merchant and Choice of Law

Merchant Law in a Modern Economy

The Law Merchant and the Constitution

Robinson, Henry (bap. 1605, d. 1673), merchant and law reformer

The Medieval Law Merchant: The Tyranny of a Construct

Elliott, Ebenezer [called the Corn Law Rhymer] (1781-1849), poet and bar-iron merchant

Risk-driven global compliance regimes in banking and accounting: the new Law Merchant

80 Law: William Finlay, Dublin, to Mr George Law, at Messrs Barton and Delap, Merchants in Bordeaux, 28 November 1755

‘OLD’ AND ‘NEW’ LAW IN THE MERCHANT OF VENICE: A NOTE ON THE SOURCE OF SHYLOCK'S MORALITY IN DEUTERONOMY 15

LAW, the Raja Reshee Case (1852 - 1935), a merchant and Zemindar; Member Managing Committee of the Zoological Gardens, Calcutta; Governor, Calcutta Refuge; President, Ramkrishna Anath Bhandar; Hon. Secretary, British Indian Association

A. Claire Cutler, Private Power and Global Authority - Transnational Merchant Law in the Global Political Economy, University of Victoria (British Columbia), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003, hard cover, pp. 306, ISBN 0 521 82660 8.

GILLESPIE, A. Lockhart (1865 - 1904), Physician; Medical Registrar, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh; Medical Officer to Donaldson’s Hospital, the Edinburgh Merchant Company, Association for the Relief of Incurables at their Own Homes, and the Dunlop Cancer Fund; Examiner in Materia Medica for the RCPEd; member of several societies in Scotland; Physician to the English and Scottish Law Life Assurance Association for Scotland; Medical Referee Sun, Star, and New York Life Association

 

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Known as Lex mercatoria, merchant law was a legal system developed by merchants to regulate their commercial transactions. It evolved from common practice, since traditional civil law (see law, roman) ...

Subjects: Early Modern History (1500 to 1700).


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