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This dictionary of market law brings together nearly 400 terms aimed at presenting a definition and, very often, the regime of the various words, expressions, contracts, clauses and various procedures relating to "market law". Market law for products and services covers, for the most part, competition law, distribution law and consumer law, i.e., a common market law: labor market law, financial law, transportation law, or others are not considered. However, these questions are considered in a broad way, either in a geographical dimension, and in particular in a community or international dimension, or and especially in a substantial dimension with a broad consideration of the fields of action of the rights concerned, not without visiting, if necessary, some aspects of public law, social law, health law, environmental law and also questions touching on the law of intangible property, the law of innovation, an indispensable complement to the good functioning of a market. In so doing, this dictionary is part of a new logic that tends to promote market law as a whole, advocating regulation and economic analysis. Without claiming to be exhaustive, it has been elaborated within the Centre de droit de la consommation et du marché of the Faculty of Law of Montpellier (CNRS-UMR 5815 "Dynamiques du droit"), with all its vital forces under the coordination of D. Mainguy. It aims to satisfy both lawyers and non-lawyers, lawyers at the Palais and all practitioners as well as those at the School, teachers and students.