Commercial and corporate law

Commercial law is a branch of private law that regulates the relations relating to the production and exchange of wealth.

More specifically, it regulates the legal relationships and contracts concluded between economic operators, as well as the acts and activities of companies.

Company law, on the other hand, regulates the formation, management and dissolution of companies, cooperatives, consortia, entities, created by the will of natural and/or legal persons. The purpose of company law is to achieve the goal shared between the members and the creation of a common social heritage.

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