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Aodaliya lian bang zheng ju fa : Zhong Ying dui zhao = Australia Evidence Act 1995 / Wang Jinxi yi
澳大利亚联邦证据法 : 中英对照 = Australia Evidence Act 1995 / 王进喜译
Bib ID 6418242
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Australia Evidence Act 1995. Chinese
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description Beijing : Zhongguo fa zhi chu ban she, 2013 
北京 : 中国法制出版社, 2013 
25, 23, 421 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9787509346181
Notes

Translation of: Australia Evidence Act 1995.

Includes bibliographical references.

Chinese and English.

Subjects Australia. Evidence Act 1995 -- Congresses.  |  Evidence (Law) -- Australia -- Congresses.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Wang, Jinxi
王进喜
Also Titled

Colophon title also in pinyin: Aodaliya lianbang zhengjufa : ZhongYing duizhao

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