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Japanese Law 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9780199642069
Published: September 2011
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback (Hardback in 2009)
Price: £41.49
Hardback edition , ISBN13 9780199232185

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This book presents the only English language, up-to-date, and comprehensive reference to Japanese law. It covers the basis of the Japanese legal system, the civil code, business related laws and other laws including criminal law and procedure, and foreign relations law. This breadth of coverage makes the book an essential reference work for all who have an interest in Japanese law.

Since the last edition in 1999, Japanese law has undergone major reform all of which is reflected in the new text. In particular, the new edition covers the new company law and the Financial Products Trading Law, both of which have been completely overhauled.

  • The only fully comprehensive book on Japanese Law written in English
  • Thoroughly rewritten to address the major reforms in Japanese law in recent years.

Other Jurisdictions , Japan
The Basis of the System
1. The History of Japanese Law After 1868
2. Sources of Law
3. Administration of Justice
4. Lawyers
5. The Protection of Human Rights
The Civil Code - The Cornerstone of Private Law
6. The General Part
7. Law of Obligations
8. Property Law
9. Law of Torts
10. Family and Succession
Business-Related Laws
11. Corporate Law
12. Insolvency Law
13. Financial Instruments and Exchange Law
14. Anti-Monopoly Law
15. Intellectual Property Law
16. Labour Law
Other Laws
17. Criminal Law and Procedure
18. Civil Procedure
19. Foreign Relations Law