Every sensible attorney in Mexico will agree that reading this book is essential for the proper study of civil contracts therein. The book in comment is widely regarded in Mexico as the foremost legal text of its kind, comprising the analysis of the general provisons and principles that rule contracts in general, as well as those governing the ones which are expressly regulated in the Civil Code and explanations on the rules and principles applicable to those contracts which are not. The explanations contained in the book are as comprehensive, detailed and clear as you could ask for. It is certainly a cornerstone of the legal theory of contracts in Mexico.
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