Litigating in Spain: considerations for foreign practitioners, including international judicial assistance, enforcement of foreign judgments, bankruptcy, arbitration, and other civil proceedings

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La Ley Spain, Jan 23, 1989 - Law - 549 pages
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It is not possible to understand fully the modern Egyptian legal system & law without a knowledge of the Mixed Courts of Egypt. This book provides essential material for understanding this system & shows the development of Egyptian Law from its modern origins in 1875, through the social & economic changes of the First World War, the 1930s expansion, the Second World War & the pre-revolutionary monarchy; finally there is an assessment of the influence of the Mixed Courts on the modern system. The text is the product of considerable detailed research & will appeal to both the informed academic & the practitioner concerned with Middle Eastern law on a regular basis.

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Contents

State Structure
5
Sources of Procedural Law
17
Time in Civil Proceedings
31
Copyright

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