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What do you mean by Indian mercantile law?


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Answered 2010-04-16 06:48:10

Indian Mercantile law is primarily an adaptation of the English Law. The different Indian acts follow, to a considerable extent, the English mercantile law with some reservations and modifications necessitated by the peculiar conditions prevailing in India.


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