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Liability of directors / by L.W.H. Butts
Bib ID 925864
Format BookBook
Author
Butts, L. W. H. (Leonard William Henry), 1904-
 
Printer (Brisbane : Shipping Newspapers (Q'land))
Description [Brisbane] : Accountants' and Secretaries' Educational Society, 1950 
15 p. ; 22 cm. 
Series

John S. McInnes Memorial Lecture : 1950.

Subjects Directors of corporations -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Accountants' and Secretaries' Educational Society

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