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The Common Law Procedure Act 1899, and the General Rules (22nd Dec., 1902), together with parts of Acts 1900 no. 5, and 1900 no. 49, and comparative tables and index / by H.M. Cockshott, S.E. Lamb
Bib ID 273376
Format BookBook
Author
Cockshott, H. M. (Harold Murray)
 
Description Sydney : Law Book Co. of Australasia, 1903 
viii, 195 p. : forms ; 25 cm. 
Notes

Includes index.

Subjects New South Wales. Supreme Court.  |  Procedure (Law) -- New South Wales.  |  Court rules -- New South Wales.
Other authors/contributors Lamb, S. Ernest (Sydney Ernest), 1864-1940  |  New South Wales. Common Law Procedure Act 1899

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