Bulletin Des Lois Law and Legal Definition
Bulletin Des Lois is a French law term. It was the official publication that provided notice of the text and effective date of a law or decree of the government of France from 1818 to 1919.
The supplement, published at the same time, covered a wide range of government activities and notices, from the granting of pensions to government employees to applications for patents. Bulletin des lois and its supplement were published every six months, making a total of four volumes per year.
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