Basic Japanese Laws

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Clarendon Press, 1997 - History - 510 pages
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The book brings together a translation of the most important Japanese legal codes in the field of commercial law. It includes the Civil Code, which is the core of private law, and the Commercial Code, which covers all aspects of company law. The translation of the Commercial Code is the latestversion incorporating the 1995 amendments. Anti-monopoly law, or competition law, is also covered in this volume. This is an invaluable work of reference, for academics and students of comparative law, as well as for practitioners and businessmen.

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Hiroshi Oda is a Sir Ernest Satow Professor of Japanese Law and Professor of College d'Europe at University College, London.

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