Catalog Record: Concordance entre les codes de commerce étrangers et le Code de commerce français. Ouvrage contenant le texte de codes et des lois commerciales des états suivants: Amérique du Sud, Anhalt, Autriche, Bade, Bavière, Brème, Brunswick, Danemark, Deux-Siciles, Espagne ... Ed. augm. de la Loi générale sur le change, en Allemagne, du 24 novembre 1848, comparée avec le Titre VIII du livre Ier du Code de commerce français | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Concordance entre les codes de commerce étrangers et le Code de commerce français. Ouvrage contenant le texte de codes et des lois commerciales des états suivants: Amérique du Sud, Anhalt, Autriche, Bade, Bavière, Brème, Brunswick, Danemark, Deux-Siciles, Espagne ... Ed. augm. de la Loi générale sur le change, en Allemagne, du 24 novembre 1848, comparée avec le Titre VIII du livre Ier du Code de commerce français

Main Author: Anthoine de Saint-Joseph, M. 1794-1853
Language(s): French
Published: Paris, Videcoq fils ainé, 1851
Subjects: Comparative law
Foreign exchange
Commercial law.
Commercial law > France
Note: Pages 1-132 numbered in duplicate
Physical Description: xlvi p., 1 l., iii, [1], 18, [1], 132, 133 p., 1 l., [137]-423 p. 32 cm
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