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The valuation of land and compensation for its resumption : a treatise on the principles to be adopted in the valuation of land for compensation, rating, and other purposes
Bib ID 2404162
Format BookBook
Author
Collins, C. M. (Clifford Malua)
 
Edition 3rd ed. 
Description Sydney : Law Book Co., 1949 
xxviii, 504pp. ; 26cm. 
Subjects Land tenure -- Australian law.  |  Real property valuation.
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650 0 |aLand tenure|xAustralian law.
650 0 |aReal property valuation.
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