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Pukhan ŭi minsapŏp / Pŏbwŏn Haengjŏngchʻŏ
북한의민사법 / 법원행정처
Bib ID 4361636
Format BookBook
Description Pŏbwŏn Haengjŏngchʻŏ, 2007 
법원행정처, 2007 
890 p. ; 27 cm. 
Series

Tʻongil Sabŏp Chŏngchʻaek Charyo ; 2007- 1.

통일사법정책자료 ; 2007-1.

Notes

"Palgan tŭngnok pŏnho 32-9740029-000109-14"

Not in trade

Includes legislation.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Civil law -- Korea (North)  |  Law -- Korea (North)  |  Civil procedure -- Korea (North)
Other authors/contributors Pŏbwŏn haengjŏngchʻŏ (Korea)
법원행정처 (Korea)

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