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Settling up : property and income distribution on divorce in Australia / compiled by the Australian Institute of Family Studies ; editor-in-chief, Peter McDonald
Bib ID 819607
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : Prentice-Hall of Australia, 1986 
xx, 340 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0724811168
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 324-329.

Subjects Divorce settlements -- Australia.  |  Marital property -- Australia.  |  Marriage law -- Australia.  |  Equitable distribution of marital property -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors McDonald, Peter F. (Peter Francis), 1946-  |  Institute of Family Studies (Australia)

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