Constitutional and Administrative Law in New Zealand
Reference text for law students and practitioners current to October 1992. Includes a comprehensive appendix which reproduces the statutes relevant to public law, as well as tables of cases and statutes, and an index. The author teaches law at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Simultaneously published in paperback.
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