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This bibliography contains a list of references and articles that occur in this book titled Sex and the contract: from infamous commerce to the market for sexual goods and services. The purpose of this book is to offer a comprehensive view of the legal aspects of the sex industry, considered outside of the shadow of criminal activities. And this, historically, is the field of contract law. This is not at all an easy task not only because of the necessarily variable enforcement of penal laws by the authorities to whom this task is entrusted, and their interpretation by the courts. The answer to what is legal in the sex market - and therefore can be the object of a contractual relationship - depends on a vast amount of specific elements which have to be taken into account and on the deliberate penumbra in which these activities are left.

Keywords: contract law; criminal activities; sex market



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