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Commentary on the children (Parental Responsibility) Bill 1994 : and Summary Offences and other Legislation (Graffiti) Amendment Bill / by Marie Swain
Bib ID 2118385
Format BookBook
Author
Swain, Marie
 
Description Sydney : NSW Parliamentary Library, 1994 
17, 4 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Briefing note (New South Wales. Parliamentary Library) ; no. 034/94.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects New South Wales. Parliament. Children (Parental Responsibility) Bill 1994.  |  New South Wales. Parliament. Summary Offences and Other Legislation (Graffiti) Amendment Bill 1994.  |  Juvenile delinquency -- Law and legislation -- New South Wales.
Other authors/contributors New South Wales. Parliamentary Library
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Summary Offences and other Legislation (Graffiti) Amendment Bill 1994


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