Bourgeois purchase

Bourgeois purchase is a purchase among non-merchants. Non-merchants means that neither the buyer nor the seller may be a merchant. Example: A student sells a book to his classmate. Both are non-merchants, so this is a bourgeois purchase. When Ms. Meier buys from a grocery retailer, it is not a bourgeois purchase, but a one-sided commercial purchase. The provisions of the Civil Code (§§ 43 ff. BGB) apply to civil purchases. The provisions of the Commercial Code, which are much stricter than those of the BGB, apply primarily to commercial purchases.

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