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The abridgement of New Zealand case law / editor, H. Jenner Wily ; foreword by Sir Harold Eric Barrowclough
Bib ID 2428300
Format BookBook
Description Wellington [N.Z.] : Lexisnexis NZ, 1963-<2007> 
v. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 9780408718905
9780408718277
0408718277
9780408718370
0408718374
Partial contents
  • v. 1. Action to Bankrupcy
  • v. 2. Bills of exchange to Constitutional law
  • v. 3. Contempt of court to Courts
  • v. 4. Criminal law to Custom and usage
  • v. 5. Damages to Estate and gift duties
  • v. 6. Estoppel to Family protection
  • v. 7. Ferries to Income tax
  • v. 8. Industrial law to Land tax
  • v. 9. Landlord & tenant to Local government
  • v. 10.Machinery to Mines, minerals and quarries
 
Notes

Updated by supplements, cumulative supplements and permanent supplements.

"With volumes 1 to 18, and the eight Permanent Supplements, the user now has a complete digest of cases covering the years 1861 to 2005 inclusive"--Publisher's note to 8th Permanent supplement.

Previously published by: Butterworths of New Zealand.

Subjects Law reports, digests, etc. - New Zealand.
Other authors/contributors Wily, H. Jenner (Herbert Jenner), 1901-

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