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The mortgagee's power of sale : a consideration of the right of legal and equitable mortgagees of freehold land in New South Wales and Victoria to execute mortgages by sale out of court / by C.E. Croft ; with a foreword by the Honourable Mr. Justice Northrop
Bib ID 1400276
Format BookBook
Author
Croft, Clyde
 
Description Sydney : Butterworths, 1980 
xxxii, 176 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0409448508
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 167-168.

Subjects Mortgages. Law. Australia  |  Mortgages -- Australia.

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