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Costs : a survival kit for personal injury lawyers / David Garnsworthy
Bib ID 1307325
Format BookBook
Author
Garnsworthy, David, 1943-
 
Description Perth, W.A. : Law Society of Western Australia, 1993 
16, [6] leaves : forms ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1875204989 (paperback)
Series

Continuing legal education (Law Society of Western Australia). General series.

Notes

"Papers presented at a seminar on 'Costs: a survival kit for personal injury lawyers' on Thursday, 22 April 1993 at the R & I Tower ... Perth, Western Australia."

Subjects Personal injuries -- Australia -- Costs -- Congresses.  |  Costs (Law) -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Law Society of Western Australia

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