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Deeds registration : a treatise on the law of registration of documents affecting land under the registration of deeds acts of Australasia ... / by James Edward Hogg
Bib ID 2348777
Format BookBook
Author
Hogg, James Edward
 
Printer (London : Hazell, Watson and Viney)
Description London : Stevens ; Sydney : Law Book Co., 1908 
xxiv, 172 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Includes index.

Subjects Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Australia.  |  Land titles -- Australia.  |  Deeds -- Australia.

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