THE ORIGINS OF CORPORATIONS: The Mills of Toulouse in the Middle Ages
An important contribution to research on the history and legal origins of the corporation. Based on archival research, Sicard shows that the corporate form derives from a unique ownership contract from Medieval Europe called pariage, and a culture of strong property rights and municipal self governance.
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