Law in the U.S.A. for the 1980s reports from the United States of America on topics of major concern as established for the XI Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law

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Other titlesAmerican journal of comparative law. v. 30. (Supplement)
Statementeditors : John N. Hazard, Wenceslas J. Wagner.
ContributionsHazard, John N 1909-, Wagner, Wenceslas J., American Association for the Comparative Study of Law.
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Pagination619 p. ;
Number of Pages619
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Open LibraryOL21862963M

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