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The law of contract in relation to the law of banking III / by Lord Chorley
Bib ID 4298880
Format BookBook
Author
Chorley, Robert Samuel Theodore Chorley, Baron, 1895-1978
 
Description London : King's College, 1967 
45 p. ; 25 cm. 
Series

Gilbart lectures on banking ; 1967.

Notes

"Delivered under the auspices of the University of London, King's College".

Subjects Contracts -- Great Britain.  |  Banks and banking -- Great Britain.

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