International Commercial Fraud, Volume 1
Robert Goldspink, Jeremy Cole
Sweet & Maxwell, 2002 - Commercial crimes - 1372 pages
This work sets out the principles of civil and criminal law around the world, and then goes through all the legal and administrative issues that occur. It deals with every aspect of commercial fraud, including bank fraud, insurance fraud, investment fraud and fraudulent bankruptcy.
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