The Law Merchant
Lex Mercatoria, the Law Merchant, generally refers to the custiomary law governing European commercial interactions during the medieval period. Despite its customary nature, however, the Law Merchant constituted a true system of law in the sense defined by Hart (1961), as there were well known "primary rules of obligation" along with obvious and effective "secondary rules" or institutions to induce recognition of, resolve disputes under, and facilitate change in primary rule.
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