3 edition of Institutes of South African law. found in the catalog.
Institutes of South African law.
Maasdorp, Andries Ferdinand StokenstrГ¶m Sir
First-fourth editions have title: The institutes of Cape law.
|Contributions||Hall, Cyril Godfrey, 1886-|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maasdorp, A.F.S. (Andries Ferdinand Stockenström), Institutes of South African law. Cape Town, Juta, OCLC Number: Notes: First ed.
published in under title: The institutes of Cape law. Description: volumes ; 23 cm: Contents: v. The law of persons --v Special statutory review is also a concern of administrative law, as it generally operates as an alternative or potential alternative to the review of administrative decisions and delegated legislation under the PAJA.
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