Law-merchant



noun
1.
the principles and rules, drawn chiefly from custom, determining the rights and obligations of commercial transactions; commercial law.
noun
1.
(mercantile law) the body of rules and principles determining the rights and obligations of the parties to commercial transactions; commercial law

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