Introduction to Comparative Law: The institutions of private law
The second edition of this highly acclaimed text, first published in English in 1977, is an invaluable introduction to comparative law. The authors cover all angles of the subject from the general concept, functions, and history of comparative law to more sophisticated aspects of contract and tort law.
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Offer and Acceptance
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