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European contract law and the building industry in the light of the 2011 proposal

European contract law and the building industry in the light of the 2011 proposal

European contract law and the building industry in the light of the 2011 proposal

01.01.2012 BE law

European contract law and the building industry in the light of the 2011 proposal for a regulation on a common European sales law.

 

 

 

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