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Social rules and order of business of the Qing Dynasty: Qing Dynasty China Shoji customary law # Stele Inscriptions(Chinese Edition)(Old-Used)

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Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2005-10 Pages: 317 Publisher: China Social Sciences Press Preamble Introduction to a problem the two basic concepts and problem solutions of this article three academic review four content with the research methods chapter Qing matter of customary law historical basis Qing businessman two Qing Dynasty Chinese business community structure background of the national legal systems of the four Summary Chapter II merchant formation of customary law and its principles of a government of overlooking the cis public opinion and businessmen produce comfortable self as autonomous and businessmen of the two industry customary law the main content of the customary law in principle four inscriptions in Shoji three Qing Dynasty businessman maintenance Shoji order to register five Summary Chapter the basic system of the Qing Dynasty about businessman Qing main content of the system of legal positioning of two Qing Registration system Tablets four inscriptions in the system of commercial book system of trade names and commercial signboards five Summary Chapter tooth row. only partners. Hall asset rules teeth line with the commercial activities of the order of the Qing Dynasty the two Shoutu system within the industry of the order of three partners sanctions and order. protection of an industry of autonomy in the operation and management of the assets of the four Hall of Friends and trade order with the business community in order five Summary Chapter sanctions mechanism prohibiting the holding of three Qing Dynasty merchant gods in the Qing Dynasty Shoji order establishment maintenance of the order of worship and Shoji four Summary Chapter Ankang region river customary law cases Ch'ing Dynasty water transport bird's-eye view two Beiban shown the Ankang region river customary law. the existence of customary law generated three Ankang region river four Ankang region river customary law five inscriptions interpretation of the information Ankang region river customary law jurisprudence Analysis the six Summary Chapter VII of the characteristics of the customary law of the Qing Dynasty Shoji I On: Study the History of Chinese thinking References PostscriptFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # RH006676

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