Comparative Law Yearbook, Volume 19

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Kluwer Law International B.V., Apr 7, 1998 - Law - 368 pages
The Yearbook reviews significant legal developments in international commerce and offers an important forum for legal practitioners to address and compare practical legal issues of direct interest in their areas of specialisation. Each volume features a comprehensive range of articles written for and by leading practitioners and advisors working within the international business sector.

Volume 19 contains sections on:

banking and finance company law trading practices general commercial issues

The company law section addresses subjects such as liquidation, shareholding, and directors' rights and liabilities.

Topics covered by the material on general commercial issues include the shipping of goods, timeshare agreements, forfeiture of property, standardized contracts, and intellectual property.

 

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Contents

Cooperative Companies as Bankers under Greek Law
25
Nigerian Failed Banks Recovery of Debts and Financial
49
Tax Regime in Malta
87
Liquidation in the Netherlands
107
Rights and Liabilities of Directors and Shareholders
127
Shareholders Agreements in Scandinavia
145
Unfair Trade Practices under German Law
197
Good Faith and Fair Dealing in the Commercial Context
233
Legal Aspects of Selective Distribution in Greece
249
The Legal Challenge for Timeshare
275
Getting around the Strict German Provisions
297
The Legislative Overhaul of Canadas Intellectual
309
Index
337
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