Studies in jurisprudence for the Sixth International Congress of Comparative Law
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Published by Akademiai Kado in Budapest .
Written in English

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Text in English and French.

Statementedited by the Jurisprudential Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
ContributionsMagyar Tudoma nyos Akademia. Jogtudoma nyi Bizottsa g.
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Number of Pages147
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Open LibraryOL14363883M

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