Consolidated digest of decisions and interpretations contained in volumes 29 to 59 (inclusive) of the Book of awards.

by William S. James Beveridge

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Other titlesAustralian annual digest.
StatementCompiled by W. S. J. Beveridge.
ContributionsNew Zealand. Court of Arbitration.
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LC ClassificationsLAW
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Pagination528 p.
Number of Pages528
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LC Control Number74474752

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