Evolution extralegal trade Evolution extralegal trade flows under the influence of changing circumstances: mass movements, conflicting interests, disputes and violence. This section describes the 13 stages of the evolution and expansion of extralegal society and the corresponding compression bylaw society. The recognition of extralegal trade part of the city orders It was hundreds of years ago, the company's official representatives have opened the door to extralegal, recognizing that the peddlers and hawkers are part of the cultural traditions and customs of the city. Extralegal trade has a long history in Peru. In the Andean colonial cities, and later in the capital of the Republic, roam the streets or sat behind makeshift stalls great many merchants. According to historian Miguel Cabello de Valboa, Inca Tupac Yupanqui ordered a proclamation throughout the empire, .chto whosoever trade can move freely around the country, and repairing their obstacles will be subjected to severe punishment. The first colonial ban on street trade has published in 1594 the Viceroy Garcia Hurtado de Mendoza, Marquis of Canete. Observations travelers of the XIX century. indicate the existence of trade being conducted outside the law, and expanding with the growth of cities.