Starting with a general description of the specifically applicable concepts and sources of commercial law, the book goes on to discuss such factors as obligations of economic operators and institutions, goodwill, broker/client relations, commercial property rights, and bankruptcy. Discussion of economic law covers the laws governing establishment, supervision of economic activities, competition law, and government taxation incentives. These details are presented in such a way that readers who are unfamiliar with specific terms and concepts in varying contexts will fully grasp their meaning and significance.
Thorough yet practical, this convenient volume is a valuable tool for business executives and their legal counsel with international interests. Lawyers representing parties with interests in China will welcome this very useful guide, and academics and researchers will appreciate its value in the study of comparative commercial and economic law.
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List of Abbreviations.
Part I. Commercial Law.
Chapter 1. Concepts and Sources of Commercial Law.
Chapter 2. Commercial Subjects.
Chapter 3. Commercial Acts.
Chapter 4. Economic Institutions.
Chapter 5. General Obligations of Business Operators.
Chapter 6. Business Property and Commercial Property Rights.
Chapter 7. Bankruptcy Law.
Chapter 8. Negotiable Instrument Law.
Chapter 9. Securities Law.
Chapter 10. Contract Law.
Chapter 11. Commercial Security Law.
Part II. Economic Law.
Chapter 1. Introduction.
Chapter 2. The Legal System of Market Access.
Chapter 3. Legal System of Market Regulation.
Chapter 4. The Legal System of Macroscopic Economic Adjustment and Control.
Table of Contents.