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Making and breaking the law : VCE units 3 & 4 / Jules Aldous
Bib ID 3312951
Format BookBook
Author
Aldous, Jules
 
Edition 7th ed. 
Description South Yarra, Vic. : Macmillan Education, 2005 
viii, 520 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. + 1 CD-ROM. 
ISBN 073299781X
Technical Details

Systems requirements for accompanying disc: Windows 98; Macintosh OS 9.1 or higher. 

Notes

Includes index.

Previous ed.: 2001.

Accompanying disc in pocket inside back cover.

For VCE legal studies students.

Subjects Law.  |  Law -- Australia.

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