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Legal Encyclopaedia: Halsbury's Laws of Australia presents principles of law in a succinct propositional style, supported by extensive references to Australian legislative and judicial authorities. Updated Regularly
The Laws of Australia provides legal practitioners with a clear and concise statement of each principle of Australian law. These principles are illustrated with examples, usually including the leading relevant case or a legislative provision, placing the law in its practical context.
A comprehensive encyclopaedic online dictionary defining legal words and phrases and providing the case or statute law authorities for the definition. Also includes a Table of popular Australian case names; Prime Ministers; Justices of the High Court of Australia; and Table of Abbreviations.
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Call Number: Law Library Reference (not for loan) K112 K21w
Publication Date: 1991-02-01
This dictionary is divided into different language and/or country sections. It is designed to enable the reader of foreign law and legal literature to ascertain the precise meaning of abbreviations and acronyms as they appear in the material which he or she is studying. In addition, the set has been further expanded with the inclusion of abbreviations by subject.