First appointments as magistrates under the Local Courts Act, 1982
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First appointments as magistrates under the Local Courts Act, 1982 the magistracy interim report by New South Wales. Law Reform Commission.

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Published by Law Reform Commission in [Sydney, N.S.W.] .
Written in English

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StatementNew South Wales Law Reform Commission.
SeriesL.R.C -- 38
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Open LibraryOL14829521M

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