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The Small Claims Tribunal, Western Australia : how it works, who can use it, what does it cost?
Bib ID 2775999
Format BookBook
Description West Perth, W.A. : Small Claims Tribunals, 1975 
[8]p. : ill. ; 22x9cm. 
ISBN 0959736808
Notes

Cover title.

Available from Small Claims Tribunals, Willmar House, 600 Murray Street, West Perth, W.A. 6005.

Subjects Western Australia. Small Claims Tribunal.  |  Consumer protection. Legal aspects. Organisations. Western Australia. Small Claims Tribunals.  |  Small claims courts -- Western Australia.
Other authors/contributors Western Australia. Small Claims Tribunal

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