What is commercial law?

It is a law that includes a full set of laws related to trade and sales.

It also includes laws related to commercial contracts, sale of goods, banking services, insurance, financing, partnership, bankruptcy and taxes. It specifies the rights and obligations of the parties in various types of contracts, such as agency agreements, guarantees, and contracts to transport, sell, and buy goods.

Why is commercial law important?

To have a strong economy, you must try to attract foreign investors and companies from around the world. To be successful, there must be a strong set of laws and regulations that protect companies that make agreements with others, and make their decisions when things do not go as planned. This is the role of commercial law.

What are the most important legal issues that commercial law deals with?

Contract violations are a major part of most legal issues of commercial law, because most transactions between companies and clients involve a contract, and legal problems may arise often in relation to the terms of this contract. Violation of this contract may lead to significant losses for one of the parties.

In addition to contract violations, there are also other important issues, including:

  • Disputes over marketing and advertising agreements.
  • Unfair competition issues.
  • Issues about starting a new business.
  • Termination of employment.
  • Consumer complaints.
  • Protection of intellectual property and trade secrets.