Codigo Civil dos estados unidos so Brasil [SIX VOLUME SET]  
  commentado por Clovis Bevilaqua.  

Author Bevilaqua, Clovis / Bevilaqua, Achilles & Bevilaqua, Isaias [Eds.]
Place of Publication S. Paulo
Publication Name Livraria Francisco Alves
Year 1954 / 1955 / 1956
Language(s) Portuguese
SIX VOLUME SET. RARE extensive commentary on Brazilian Civil Law by its author - Clóvis Beviláqua (1859-1944), who was the founding father of Brazilian Civil Code scholarship. Beviláqua presented the first draft of Brazilian Civil Law in 1899 and was the code`s first commentator. The author was professor of civil and comparative law in Recife, and founded and occupied the 14th chair of the Brazilian Academy of Letters, from 1897 until his death in 1944. All volumes have a printed number on title-page verso. [ALL VOLUMES]: 225x165mm. [384] + [375] + [371] + [375] + [286] + [294] pages. Red board Hardcover with red leather gilt ribbed spine. Cover worn and slightly stained. Cover corners and edges bumped and worn. Spine edges bumped and worn/peeling. Pages yellowing. [VOL.1]: Spine missing. Front whitepage and pre-title page upper corner near binding slightly torn. [VOLS.2&3]: Spine front hinge upper part cracked. [VOL.3]: Spine upper edge partly missing. Binding slightly visible on front inner cover. [VOL.4]: Spine front hinge upper part slightly torn. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare six volume commentary of Brazilian Civil Law in six volumes, compiled by its author, is otherwise in good condition.
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Catalog Index Number AR 1235 013

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