3 edition of Canadian edition of the Law of torts found in the catalog.
Canadian edition of the Law of torts
J. F. Clerk
|Other titles||Law of torts.|
|Statement||by J. F. Clerk and W. H. B. Lindsell. Being the latest English ed. as rev. by Wyatt Paine, with Canadian notes on the decisions and statutes of the English-speaking Provinces of the Dominion, by A. T. Hunter.|
|Contributions||Lindsell, W. H. B. 1848-1898., Paine, Wyatt., Hunter, A. T. b. 1867.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xcviii, 912 p.|
|Number of Pages||912|
|LC Control Number||74160655|
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