Commercial law

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Commercial law is the body of law which governs business and commerce. The Uniform Commercial Code has been adopted by most jurisdictions in the United States, and it governs many areas of commercial law. However, there are many specific areas of commercial law which are governed by more specific code sections.


See also:

  • [Blue laws]]