American/Australian/New Zealand law: parallels and contrasts : papers presented in Sydney, Australia, from 11-16 August 1980 at a meeting between the American Bar Association, Law Council of Australia, New Zealand Law Society, to commemorate the bicentenary of the death of William Blackstone (1723-1780).
ABA, 1980 - Law - 498 pages
This work compares common,law in these countries. Topics discussed include foreign investment, estate law, tort law, litigation, legal ethics, specialization, environmental law, class actions, and the judiciary.
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FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN NEW ZEALAND
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A PLEA FOR CAUTION
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SOME OBSERVATIONS ON CLASS ACTION PRACTICE
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