Book #76647
Item #76647 Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated. France.
Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated.
Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated.
Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated.
Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated.
Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated.
Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated.
Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated.
Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated.
Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated.

Bulletin des Lois No 96, No 97 and No 164, Heavily Annotated.

With Extensive Contemporary Annotations by a Riom Jurist [France]. Bulletin des Lois No. 96. Loi Contenant les Deux Premiers Livres de la 1re. Partie du Code de Procedure Civile. Du 14 Avril 1806 [Caption Title]. [Paris: De l'Imprimerie Imperiale, 1807]. 91, [1] pp. [Bound with] Bulletin des Lois No. 97. (No. 1649.) Loi Contenant le Cinquieme Livre de la 1re. Partie du Code de Procedure Civile. Du 21 Avril 1806 [Caption Title]. [Paris: De l'Imprimerie Imperiale, 1807]. 93-196 pp. [And] Bulletin des Lois. No. 164. (No. 2804.) Code de Commerce. 1re. Loi. Du 10 Septembre 1807 [Caption Title]. [Paris: De l'Imprimerie Imperiale, 1808]. 161-284 pp. Octavo (7" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary mottled calf, blind frames to boards, gilt fillets and lettering piece to spine, edges rouged. Light rubbing to boards, very minor scuffing to rear board, moderate rubbing to extremities, light edgewear to lettering piece, rear joint just starting at ends, corners bumped and worn, hinges starting. Twelve heavily annotated leaves added before text block, and two heavily annotated between Bulletin No. 97 and 164, and fourteen heavily annotated leaves at end. Light toning to interior, light foxing in a few places. Annotations in an early hand to pastedowns, additional blank leaves and throughout text. $3,500. * A heavily annotated copy, clearly intended as a reference work, of Napoleonic-era bulletin laws dealing with civil procedure and commercial law. Beginning in 1792, bulletin laws with the text of legislation and government regulations were published for circulation to army units and villages with 2,000 or more occupants. The annotator, Maigne Sauzinet, was a Riom jurist. His extensive interpretative annotations include 26 additional leaves with alphabetical tables and notes elaborating on sections of the laws and referencing later statutes. (The latest date in the notes is 1813.) Together, they provide an in-depth look at the evolution and reception of the law in the Napoleonic era.

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