Access to civil justice

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Statementedited by Allan C. Hutchinson.
ContributionsHutchinson, Allan C., 1951-, Conference on Access to Civil Justice (1988 : Toronto, Ont.)
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LC ClassificationsKE8200 .A66 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 364 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL1584325M
ISBN 100459348515
LC Control Number91109746

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iii Acknowledgments The Civil Proceedings Benchbook derives from the Michigan Circuit Court Benchbook: Civil Proceedings, originally authored by retired Judge J.

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Friday, Octo The Global Access to Justice Project has formed the largest network of academics and researchers ever assembled in the field of access to justice to map the progress that has been made globally in access to justice since the ’s.

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