mercantile law


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Synonyms for mercantile law

the body of rules applied to commercial transactions

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11 and 18, when the Civil Law and Taxation Law exams and Mercantile Law and Criminal Law exams were administered, respectively.
the next Part, I will analyze these invocations of mercantile law and
Further down in Schmitthoff's text, medieval mercantile law is likened to modern-day international law, and its rules are called "of haphazard and casual provenance," (61) but these ideas are not really elaborated--we should perhaps not read into them more than Schmitthoff's affirmation that the medieval law merchant is only the beginning of the story.
Principles and concepts of the cannon law supported by the new at that time Romanist legal science were taken over with some modifications by the mercantile law (9).
He read economics, commerce, accounting and mercantile law. After graduating he started work in the National Savings Bank.
A third importation from Roman law came later: the mercantile law of the bankers and the traders of the Continent.
Bar examinees hurdled a total of eight subjects for four consecutive Sundays in November: Political Law and Labor Law, Civil Law and Taxation, Mercantile Law and Criminal Law, Remedial Law and Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises.
Under Rule 138, Section 9 of the Rules of Court, the coverage of the Bar examinations includes the following subjects: Political Law and Public International Law (15 percent), Labor and Social Legislation (10 percent), Civil Law (15 percent), Taxation (10 percent), Mercantile Law (15 percent), Criminal Law (10 percent), Remedial Law
If bench headed by Justice Lokur is essentially seen as social justice bench, the bench headed by Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman is being viewed as one largely dealing with corporate matters rooted in company law, mercantile law and commercial transactions.
Today's glossy reports can trace their origins to the 1850s when William Gladstone, then a member of the Mercantile Law Commission, helped draft the rules for company accounts designed to ensure dividends were not paid out imprudently.
Subjects covered by the examinations were Civil Law, Criminal Law, Labor Law, Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises, Mercantile Law, Political Law, Taxation, and Remedial Law.
It coverseight subjects: Political Law and Labor Law, Civil Law and Taxation, Mercantile Law and Criminal Law, Remedial Law and Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises.
There are eight subjects covered by the four-Sunday examination: Political and International Law (morning) and Labor and Social Legislation (afternoon) for the first Sunday; Civil Law (morning) and Taxation (afternoon) for the second Sunday; Mercantile Law (morning) and Criminal Law (afternoon) for the third Sunday; and Remedial Law (morning) and legal Ethics and Practical Exercises (afternoon) for the fourth Sunday.
The Bar examinations cover eight law subjects: Civil Law, Criminal Law, Labor Law, Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises, Mercantile Law, Political Law, Taxation and Remedial Law.