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Building code of Australia 1990
Bib ID 2945324
Format BookBook
Author
Australian Uniform Building Regulations Co-ordinating Council
 
Edition [2nd ed.] 
Description Canberra : Butterworths , 1991, c1990 
1 v. (various pagings) ; 24 cm. 
Notes

First published: Canberra : Australian Uniform Building Regulations Co-ordinating Council, 1990.

"The Building Code of Australia (BCA) is produced and maintained by the Australian Uniform Building Regulations Co-ordinating Council (AUBRCC) on behalf of the Commonwealth State and Territory governments - P. 1.

Includes index.

Subjects Building laws -- Australia.  |  Buildings -- Specifications -- Australia.  |  Construction industry -- Standards -- Australia.

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