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Commercial law covers the broad areas of business and consumer transactions. This includes contracts, debt, landlord-tenant, mortgages, sales, and many others.
Part of commercial law is called transaction practice. This is where the attorney performs actions outside of the litigation or trial setting. For example, an attorney drafting a contract or incorporating a business entity for a client. Other times commercial law can be litigious. Such as landlord-tenant or consumer protections.
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The Law Dictionary
A phrase used to designate the whole body of substantive jurisprudence applicable to the rights, intercourse, and relations of persons engaged in commerce, trade, or mercantile pursuits. It is not a very scientific or accurate term. As foreign commerce is carried on by means of shipping, the term has come to be used occasionally as synonymous with “maritime law;” but, in strictness. the phrase “commercial law” is wider, and includes many transactions or legal questions which have nothing to do with shipping or its incidents. Watson v. Tarpley. 18 How. 521, 15 L. Ed. 500: Williams v. Gold Hill Min. Co. (C. C.) 96 Fed. 464