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Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Workplace Health and Safety (2015 Reissue) / Youth Justice (2015 Reissue)

Halsbury's Workplace Health and Safety volume examines the wide range of employment and labour law-based rules and regulations aimed at protecting workers, while the Youth Justice volume thoroughly examines all aspects of crimes by children and against children.

Fournisseur LexisNexis Canada
Pays: Canada
Format Hardcover Book
Langue de publication: English
ISBN 9780433471639
Date de publication: 2015-06-11
Prix: 290,00 $
Prix de vente 203,00 $
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