Mercantile Law in Botswana: Cases and Materials


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9780702145643
  • Extent: 410 Pages
  • Published:
  • Category: Commercial Law, Student Titles

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Mercantile Law in Botswana is a highly practical reference volume produced primarily for students of commercial law in Botswana. Apart from coverage of six major areas of commercial law this book also includes an accessible digest of the leading cases and the principles they establish, plus related statutory provisions.

  • Negotiable instruments
  • Provisional sentence
  • Banking
  • Insurance
  • Partnership
  • Insolvency

  • Legal practitioners
  • Students
  • Academics
  • Compares the principles and influence of English law on Roman-Dutch principles
  • A headnote for each case contains the principles of law expounded in that case
  • Notes at the end of each case extract explain further the legal issues raised or solved by the particular case; reconcile them with other decisions or statutory provisions, cross-references to other related cases, books and journal articles; and make suggestions for reform where appropriate

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Mercantile Law in Botswana is a highly practical reference volume produced primarily for students of commercial law in Botswana. Apart from coverage of six major areas of commercial law this book also includes an accessible digest of the leading cases and the principles they establish, plus related statutory provisions.

  • Negotiable instruments
  • Provisional sentence
  • Banking
  • Insurance
  • Partnership
  • Insolvency

  • Legal practitioners
  • Students
  • Academics
  • Compares the principles and influence of English law on Roman-Dutch principles
  • A headnote for each case contains the principles of law expounded in that case
  • Notes at the end of each case extract explain further the legal issues raised or solved by the particular case; reconcile them with other decisions or statutory provisions, cross-references to other related cases, books and journal articles; and make suggestions for reform where appropriate

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