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Commonwealth statutes case annotations : by cases reported in Commonwealth law reports and Australian Argus law reports, 1903-1964
Bib ID 2159792
Format BookBook
Edition 3rd ed. / edited by Harry Segal. 
Description Sydney : Butterworths, 1965 
456 p. ; 25 cm. 
Notes

First and second eds. published in 1919 and 1951 under title: Commonwealth statute law decisions.

Kept up to date by cumulative supplements.

Subjects Annotations and citations (Law) - Australia.  |  Law reports, digests, etc. - Australia.
Other authors/contributors Segal, Harry  |  Australia. High Court. The commonwealth law reports
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Australian Argus law reports.

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