1786 Allgemeines Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch
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An Important Work, First Edition, Rebound, Scarce
An important early work on Austrian law and civil code, detailing the Josephine Law. The Josephine Law was a civil law work issued by Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II for German hereditary lands of the Habsburgs, which included civil law. This was an early codification of Austrian civil law and was in effect from 1787 to 1811.
In the original publisher's binding.
This work is generally considered to be a significant prelude to the important general civil law book that was written in 1811 under Emperor Franz II.
This is the first part of The Civil Code.
Written by Franz Georg Ritter von Kees.
A scarce work.
In the publisher's original binding. Externally, some ink marks and light staining to the boards, and bumping to the extremities. Some worming to the front board. Fading to the spine. Internally, firmly bound. A very small amount of worming to the pages, though slightly more significant to the first and last few pages. Some offsetting to the pastedowns and first and last few pages, and a few handling marks to the pages throughout.
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