Mercantile law

Mercantile law,

Definition of Mercantile law:

  1. Body of law that deals with customs and practices of local and international commerce. Not a separate body of law but a legal code that governs operations of banks and businesses of all kinds, it covers agreements, contracts, copyrights, franchising, insurance, licensing, patents, shipping and transport, trademarks, etc.

Meaning of Mercantile law & Mercantile law Definition