public acts of New South Wales, 1824-1957.

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StatementEditor, statute law, R.J. McKay assisted by O.M.L. Davies; editor, case law, S.G.O. Martin.
ContributionsMcKay, Raymond James.
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LC ClassificationsLAW
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Pagination15 v.
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Open LibraryOL5805400M
LC Control Number60026062
OCLC/WorldCa5862548

Additional Physical Format: Online version: New South Wales. Public acts of New South Wales, Sydney, Law Book Co., [] (OCoLC)English, Book edition: The public acts of New South Wales permanent supplement, being amendments and annotations 1st January to 31st December The public acts of New South Wales permanent supplement, being amendments and annotations 1st January to 31st December C E Weigall; Sydney Gore Ormsby Martin; 1824-1957.

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