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Shang shi fa yao lun / Wang Xiaotong bian zhu
商事法要論 / 王孝通編著
Bib ID 5788032
Format BookBook
Author
Wang, Xiaotong, 1894-
王孝通, 1894-
 
Edition Xiu ding 8 ban. 
修訂8版. 
Description Shanghai : Shang wu yin shu guan, 1948 
上海 : 商務印書館, 1948 
318 p. 
Series

Da xue cong shu

Notes

"23 kai"

Ju zhu zhe zai Shanghai fa xue yuan, Fu dan da xue deng gao xiao jiao shou shang fa de jiang gao ji dang shi shi xing de shang shi ge dan xing fa gui bian cheng.

"23開"

據著者在上海法學院、復旦大學等高校敎授商法的講稿及當時施行的商事各單行法規編成.

Subjects Commercial law -- China.  |  Commercial law.
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Shang shi fa yao lun.

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