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Demandes du commerce et traditions juridiques. : La non-création de tribunaux de commerce en Angleterre (1850-1900)

Abstract : This paper discusses the heated debates that took place in England in the second half of the 19th century about the importation of the French model of "tribunals of commerce" (special commercial courts with merchant judges). Although this proposal was finally rejected, this failure cannot simply be dismissed as the product of an enduring "legal tradition" or of a conflict between the preferences of lawyers and merchants. This story sheds lights on the various possible forms of economic dispute resolution and the logics of choices made between them.
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Claire Lemercier. Demandes du commerce et traditions juridiques. : La non-création de tribunaux de commerce en Angleterre (1850-1900). 2010. ⟨halshs-00565228⟩

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