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Amendments to Bankruptcy Act : a discussion of the amendment of the Bankruptcy Act after 16th December 1996 and their [sic] effect in practice / [Sally Nash]
Bib ID 1566106
Format BookBook
Author
Nash, Sally
 
Description St Leonards, NSW : CLE Dept. of the College of Law, 1997 
i, 28 leaves : forms ; 30 cm. 
Series

Seminar papers (College of Law (Sydney, N.S.W.)) ; 97/117.

Notes

"A paper presented for the Continuing Legal Education Department of the College of Law on Wednesday 19th March 1997."

Subjects Bankruptcy -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors College of Law (Sydney, N.S.W.). Continuing Legal Education Department

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