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The Laws of Australia / founding editor in chief, John A. Riordan
Bib ID 2865762
Format BookBook
Description [Melbourne] : Law Book Co., [1993]- 
v. (loose-leaf) ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0455210969
9780455211206
0455210934
0455211310
0455211280
0455211043
0455210969
Incomplete contents
  • Users' guide, consolidated index
  • Consolidated table of cases
  • Consolidated table of legislation
  • v. 1. Aborigines and Torres Straight Islanders
  • v. 2. Administrative law (2 v.)
  • v. 3. Bancruptcy
  • v. 4. Business organisations
  • v. 5. Civil procedure (2 v.) v. 6. Communications
  • v. 7. Contract : general principles (2 v.)
  • v. 8. Contracts : specific (2 v.)
 
Notes

Includes indexes.

Former Publisher: Law Book Co.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Law - Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Riordan, John A

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