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Odgers' Principles of pleading and practice in civil actions in the High Court of Justice
Bib ID 1126357
Format BookBook
Author
Odgers, William Blake, 1849-1924
 
Edition 19th ed. / by Giles Francis Harwood ; consulting editor Basil Antony Harwood. 
Description London : Stevens, 1966 
ii, 548 p. : illus., (forms) Tables ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Bibliographical footnotes.

Subjects Great Britain. High Court of Justice.  |  Civil procedure -- Great Britain.  |  Pleading -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Harwood, Giles Francis  |  Harwood, Basil Antony  |  Great Britain. High Court of Justice
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Principles of pleading and practice in civil actions in the High Court of Justice

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