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Outline of the law of England

Outline of the law of England Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD295 Edition Details Language: English Jurisdiction(s): New Zealand Publication Information: Auckland [N.Z.] : printed for the Government of new [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Auckland-N.Z, Civil law, Criminal law, England and Wales, Great Britain, KD295, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, New Zealand and The Government of new Zealand by Albert J. Nicholas.



The criminal appeal reports: (sentencing)

The criminal appeal reports: (sentencing) Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > Judgment. Sentence Edition Details Language: English Jurisdiction(s): England Publication Information: London : Sweet & Maxwell, 1980 [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Criminal law, England, England and Wales, Great Britain, Journal, Judgment. Sentence, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, London, Magazine, Newspaper, Sentences (Criminal procedure) and Sweet & Maxwell.



Breakthrough studyguide [to accompany] Practical business law

Breakthrough studyguide [to accompany] Practical business law Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD1629.3 Edition Details Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Terry Price Language: English Jurisdiction(s): [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Cambridge, Commercial law, England, England and Wales, KD1629.3, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, National Extension College and Terry Price.



The criminal code: burglary, housebreaking, and churchrobbing

The criminal code: burglary, housebreaking, and churchrobbing Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > Burglary. Housebreaking Edition Details Language: English Jurisdiction(s): England Publication Information: London : [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Burglary, Burglary. Housebreaking, Criminal law, England, England and Wales, Great Britain and Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland.