Understanding the Australian Legal System

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Lawbook Company, Jan 1, 2002 - Law - 176 pages
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A concise account of the language and structures of the Australian legal system for those who want a succinct yet thorough approach to this subject. Contents include: studying law, the law-making process, the legal system, precedent, the interpretation of statutes, contracts and commercial dealings and more.

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Studying Law l
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The LawMaking Process
42
Parliament Each Parliament apart from some degree of supervision
55
Copyright

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