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A synopsis of mercantile law for commercial students and business men: with notes and statutes

A synopsis of mercantile law for commercial students and business men: with notes and statutes A synopsis of mercantile law for commercial students and business men: with notes and statutes Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD1629 Edition Details Creators [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Albert Crew, Butterworth, Charles Greenway Austin, Commercial law, England, England and Wales, Great Britain, KD1629, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland and London.



Commercial law cases; being notes on leading cases in commercial law for students

Commercial law cases; being notes on leading cases in commercial law for students Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD1628 Edition Details Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Albert Crew Language: English [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Albert Crew, Commercial law, England, England and Wales, Great Britain, KD1628, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, London and Sir I. Pitman & Sons.



Company law: for commercial students and business men ; including the full text of the Companies Act, 1929, […]

Company law: for commercial students and business men ; including the full text of the Companies Act, 1929, [...] Company law: for commercial students and business men ; including the full text of the Companies Act, 1929, [...] Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Albert Crew, Commercial law, Corporation law, Corporations, England, England and Wales, Great Britain, KD2079 and Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland.