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Common Market law / by Alan Campbell. Supplement 1973
Bib ID 911065
Format BookBook
Author
Campbell, Alan
 
Description London : Longman [etc.] 
xxxvi, 534 p. ; 26cm. 
ISBN 058250824X
0379160641
Notes

European Community. Law (BNB/PRECIS)

Includes index.

Subjects Law -- European Economic Community countries.
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