2 edition of Some pathology of the provisions of the 1984 Act found in the catalog.
Some pathology of the provisions of the 1984 Act
R. H. Mole
by Loughborough University Banking Centre
Written in English
|Statement||by R.H. Mole.|
|Series||LUBC research paper series -- no.47|
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