Business Law--case Method ...: Prepared Under the Editorial Supervision of William KixMiller ... and William H. Spencer ... A Systematic Non-technical Treatment of Business Law in Story and Case Form, Volume 4
Wiliam KixMiller, William H. Spencer
Commerce clearing house, 1915 - Commercial law
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