Damages in international law by Marjorie Millace Whiteman

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Statementby Marjorie M. Whiteman. Vol.1.
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Paginationviii,826p.
Number of Pages826
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Open LibraryOL13945650M

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'The Whiplash Capital of the World': Genealogy of a Compensation Myth Ken Oliphant 2. Structural Factors Affecting the Number and Cost of Personal Injury Claims in the Tort System Richard Lewis 3. A Reflexive Approach to Accident Law Reform Erik S Knutsen Part II: Damages. Damages in international law / by Marjorie M.

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