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APA Citation

Snell, Edmund Henry Turner. & Megarry, R. E. & Baker, P. V.  (1973).  Snell's principles of equity.  London :  Sweet & Maxwell

MLA Citation

Snell, Edmund Henry Turner. and Megarry, R. E. and Baker, P. V.  Snell's principles of equity  Sweet & Maxwell London  1973

Australian/Harvard Citation

Snell, Edmund Henry Turner. & Megarry, R. E. & Baker, P. V.  1973,  Snell's principles of equity  Sweet & Maxwell London

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  | title=Snell's principles of equity
  | author1=Snell, Edmund Henry Turner, 1841-1869
  | author2=Megarry, R. E. (Robert Edgar), 1910-
  | author3=Baker, P. V. (Paul Vivian)
  | year=1973
  | publisher=Sweet & Maxwell
  | language=English
}}

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