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Ontario Superior Court Practice, 2015 Edition, Student Edition + E-Book

Ontario Superior Court Practice, 2015 Edition provides annotated Rules highlighting the crucial information and principles you need to argue on the fly. The clear, well-organized statements of the current law and practice are often cited in the lower courts and by the Court of Appeal.



Fournisseur LexisNexis Canada
Pays: Canada
Format Softcover + Softcover (Forms Volume) + e-Book
Langue de publication: English
ISBN 9780433477471
Date de publication: 2014-01-31
 
Prix: 58,00 $
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