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An abridgment of the Canadian criminal case law : digesting Canadian criminal cases ... / by R.M. Willes Chitty
Bib ID 74997
Format JournalJournal
Author
Chitty, R. M. Willes (Robert Michael Willes), 1893-1970
 
Description Toronto [Ont.] : Canada Law Book Co., 1925-1971 
5 v. ; 24 cm. 
Notes

Vol. 5 replaces the paper-bound suppls. to Vol. 4 pub. 1964-1970.

Superseded by new service provided with Canadian criminal cases : second series.

Life Dates Vol. 1-133 + suppl. (1925-1971) 
Subjects Criminal law - Canada - Digests.
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Canadian criminal case law

Chitty's Abridgment Canadian criminal cases

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    Items/Issues Held: Vol. 1-v. 5 (1925-1971)
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