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Courts of final jurisdiction : the Mason court in Australia / editor Cheryl Saunders
Bib ID 1082416
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : Federation Press, 1996 
xviii, 273 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 1862872066
Notes

Includes Table of Cases and Table of Statutes.

"The essays in this volume originally were delivered to a conference "The Mason Court and Beyond" held in Melbourme from 8-10 September 1995."- p. v.

Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Mason, A. F. - (Anthony Frank), - Sir, - 1925-  |  Australia. - High Court.  |  Appellate courts.
Other authors/contributors Mason, A. F. (Anthony Frank), Sir, 1925-  |  Saunders, Cheryl  |  The Mason court and beyond, (1995 : Melbourne, Vic.)

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