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This front matter section of the book Russian Commercial Law: Second Edition contains the table of contents, list of tables, abbreviation of Russian periodicals and foreword to the second edition. The book is intended to shed light on the actual operation of Russian law, rather than summarising or reiterating statutes. The concept of the law-governed state originated as the Rechtsstaat in 19th century Germany and was introduced into Russia towards the end of that century. Some Russian proponents of this concept went further than their German counterparts and supported the introduction of a democratically elected parliament and the subordination of the Tsar to the laws enacted by parliament.

Keywords: 19th century; Germany; Russian Commercial Law



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