Introduction to German law
This book provides an introduction to German law through discussion of the most important areas of private and public law. it presents the main features of the rich and complex body of German Law in an organizational structure designed to help the reader Understand The basic concepts. Each chapter is written by an expert in the field and illustrates the scope of the respective area of law in illuminating ways. The group of authors includes scholars from both German and Swiss law faculties.
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AN INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN LEGAL CULTURE
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