Person - Garrigues Díaz-Cañabate, Joaquín (1899-1983)

Garrigues Díaz-Cañabate, Joaquín (1899-1983)




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Garrigues Díaz-Cañabate, Joaquín (1899-1983)

Dates of existence/Biographical dates:

Madrid (España)  1899-12-20 - 1983-01-10


He was a Spanish professor of Commercial Law. Son of the also jurist Joaquín Garrigues Martínez and of Isabel Díaz Cañabate Cañabate, Joaquín was the firstborn child of five brothers, heading a family saga of professional prestige in such various fields as law, architecture, diplomacy and the politics that exceeded his generation.

As a professor of Commercial Law, Joaquín Garrigues was always linked to the Central University, where he was an outstanding professor. Likewise, he founded a school of mercantilists, being relevant among his lessons “El Tratado de Derecho Mercantil” that he published between 1947 and 1963.

He founded, together with his brother, the well-known law firm J. y A. Garrigues in 1941.

His achievements include several honoris causa doctorates, as well as several representative positions of varying kinds and honours such as the Great Cross of Alfonso X the Wise or the Great Cross of Saint Raymond of Peñafort.


(Function) He/She carries out/ perform:

Catedráticos de Derecho in  Madrid (España) between 1927-06-27 and 1970


Lugar de Nacimiento:

Madrid (España) in 1899-12-20

Lugar de Defunci¿n:

Madrid (España) in 1983-01-10

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Family relationships :

Garrigues Díaz-Cañabate, Antonio (1904-2004)  - Collateral (He/She is the brother/sister of)

Garrigues Walker, Antonio (1934-)  - Collateral (He/She is the uncle/aunt of)

Garrigues Walker, Joaquín (1933-1980)  - Collateral (He/She is the uncle/aunt of)

Garrigues Martínez, Joaquín (ca. 1870-?)  - Descendant (He/She is the son/daughter of)

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Universidad Central. Facultad de Derecho (Madrid, España)  ( He/She is a member of )

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Biblioteca Nacional de Espa¿a


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