Two major legal types were statutory corporations (created under public laws) and public companies (created under private laws).
State-owned enterprise, also called a public enterprise (PE) or a parastatal organization, is defined as an organization established by the government under public or private law having a legal personality with an autonomous or semi-autonomous status.
Legal status refers to whether the organization is setup under a private law (company law/ordinance), a public law or through another special instrument.
Slip laws (both public laws and private laws) are accumulated, corrected and published at the end of each session of Congress in a series of bound volumes entitled Statutes at Large.
GPO Access Public and Private Laws http://www.gpoaccess.gov/plaws/index.html
(4.) In this article, transnational private law is understood primarily as the combination of domestic private laws and private international law.
PRIVATE LAW AND THE PLURAL NORMATIVE ORDERS OF TRANSNATIONAL GOVERNANCE
Common Law Rights Have Also Been Applied in Private Law
Adjustment of Private Law To The Application Of Basic Laws
Our argument is that the Supreme Court's theory of private law has led it down a path that has distorted its doctrine in several areas, including the First Amendment-tort clash in Snyder.
Part I is a brief overview of how that jurisprudential view came to be, as well as a sketch of a competing view of private law as individual justice.