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Comparative survey of securities laws : a review of the securities and related laws of fourteen nations / edited by J. Michael Robinson ; written by members of the Committee "Q"-Securities Issues & Trading of the Section on Business Law of the International Bar Association
Bib ID 1355241
Format BookBook
Description Deventer, The Netherlands ; Boston : Kluwer, 1980 
xviii, 230 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 9026811640
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Securities.
Other authors/contributors Robinson, J. Michael (John Michael), 1940-  |  International Bar Association. Committee "Q"-Securities Issues & Trading

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