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The law of life assurance : including the formation, constitution and amalgamation of assurance companies and assignments and equitable liens arising in connection with life policies / by Charles John Bunyon
Bib ID 2275246
Format BookBook
Author
Bunyon, Charles John, 1821-1892
 
Edition 4th ed. / by J.V. Vesey Fitzgerald. 
Description London : Charles & Edwin Layton, 1904 
xlvii, 791 p. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Spine title: Bunyon on life assurance.

Subjects Insurance law -- Great Britain.  |  Life insurance -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Fitzgerald, J. V. Vesey (John Vesey Vesey), 1848-
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Bunyon on life assurance.

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