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  1. Libya - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Law No.(9) for 2000 regarding organizing trade of transit and free zones. - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2000 | LBY-2000-L-82941

    Repeals Law No.(10) for 1959 concerning free zones. Provides for the regulation of free zones.

  2. Libya - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Law No. 65 for the year 1970 concerning trades and commercial companies. - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1970-05-02 | LBY-1970-L-82942

    Chapter I - Traders
    Chapter II - Joint-Stock Company
    Chapter III - Stock Commandant Companies
    Chapter IV - Companies of Limited Liability
    Chapter V - Sectors of Activities which Foreign Companies are Permitted to Practice in Libya
    Chapter VI - General Rules
    Chapter VII - Penalties and Controls
    Chapter VIII - Transitory and Final Provisions

  3. Libya - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Libyan Civil Code.

    Adoption: 1954-02-13 | LBY-1954-L-26463

    Contents: Book One--Obligations Generally (sources of obligations, effects of obligations, kinds of conditions modifying the effects of obligations, transmission of an obligation, extinction of obligations, proof of obligations); Book Two--Specific Contracts (contracts as regards ownership, contracts relating to use of a thing, contracts for the hire of services, aleatory contracts, suretyship); Book Three--Principal Real Rights (right of ownership, rights derived from the right of ownership); Book Four--Accessory Real Rights or Real Securities (legal mortgages, mortgage by agreement, judgment charges upon immovable property, pledge, privileged rights).

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