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The All England law reports annotated
Bib ID 2749340
Format JournalJournal
Description London : Law Journal 
32 v. ; 24 cm. 
Notes

Subtitled: "of cases decided in the House of Lords. the Privy Council. All Divisions of the Supreme Court and Courts of Special Jurisdiction."

Continued by: All England law reports.

Associated titles "All England law reports reprint" and "All England law reports reprint. Extension volumes" are published as separate monograph sets of volumes.

Life Dates Vol. 1 (1936)-v. 2 (1946) 
Later Title

All England law reports ... 0002-5569

Former Title

All England law reports reprint

Frequency Weekly, with annual cumulations 
Index/Finding Aid Note Cumulative index weekly, 5 p.a., annually, quinquiennially. 
Subjects All England law reports reprint.  |  Law - England - Cases - Periodicals.  |  Law reports, digests, etc. - England.
Also Titled

All England law reports reprint.

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