Women are explicitly permitted to engage freely and without restrictions in all kinds of retail business in both the cities as well as the countryside and to manage village general stores without inheriting them (married women, however, would as minors still be obliged to provide a permit from their spouse as well).
Carl Gustaf Kröningssvärd (19 January 1786 - 6 September 1859) was a Swedish lawyer and historian.
He was born on 19 January 1786 at Stavre in Västerfärnebo parish in Västerås to Major Abraham Zacharias Kröningssvärd and Elsa Magdalena Polhammar. He received his law degree in 1806 from Uppsala University and was appointed 1813 to the county clerk in Kopparberg. He died on 6 September 1859 in Sweden.
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