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South African legal bibliography being a bio-bibliographical survey and law-finder of the Roman-Dutch legal literature in southern Africa with an historical chart, notes on all the judges since 1828, and other appendices by Alfred Adrian Roberts

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Published in Pretoria [The author] .
Written in English


  • Roman-Dutch law -- Bio-bibliography.,
  • Roman law -- Bio-bibliography.,
  • Law -- South Africa -- Bio-bibliography.,
  • Judges -- South Africa

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Statementby A. A. Roberts ...
The Physical Object
Pagination389 p.
Number of Pages389
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17401775M

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