Lex mercatoria, or, The merchant's companion : containing all the laws and statutes relating to merchandize : wherein our trade with foreign nations, and trade in general amongst our selves, with what belongs to particular companies, and all maritime affairs in the way of traffick, are illustrated and concisely treated of under the heads of merchants and owners of ships, masters, mariners, pilots, freight, and charter-parties of affreightment, insurance, bottomry, customs, wrecks, factors, planters and plantations, letters of marque and reprisal, privateers, piracy, treaties of commerce, exchange, &c. : with an introduction, setting forth the laws of nature and of nations, dominion of the sea, &c. : some curious and useful history and variety of special cases and determinations interspers'd thro' the whole : to which are added, in proper places, the best adapted precedents of instruments and writings made use of in all cases relating to trade.
In the Savoy [London] :
Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling (assigns of Edward Sayer, Esq.) for B. Motte, J. Clarke, J. Lacy, T. Wotton, and J. Shuckburgh,
|Edition:||The second edition corrected, with the addition of three entire new chapters, and also a merchant's dictionary of words and terms, &c.|
|Series:||Legal classics library.
History of international law.
Selden Society publications & English legal history.
|Online Access:||HeinOnline Legal Classics Library|
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!