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Nova Scotia Civil Procedure Rules, 2nd Edition

This official annotated version of the Nova Scotia Civil Procedure Rules is produced in a looseleaf format, and includes an overview of the new Rules, case annotations, the Judicature Act, related civil law legislation and a comprehensive subject index.

Fournisseur LexisNexis Canada
Pays: Canada
Format Loose-Leaf
Langue de publication: English
ISBN 9780433461005
Date de publication: 2008-11-30
Prix: 340,00 $
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