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The Laws of New Zealand
This is an encyclopedic work that has addressed the need to have a New Zealand equivalent to Halsbury's Laws of England as the New Zealand legal system gradually moved away from its traditional British model. It provides a reliable statement of the whole of the law of New Zealand - statutory, regulatory, and judicial. It is a comprehensive source of primary comment required by practitioners and academics alike.
Each title includes extensive cross-referencing to other titles as well as to Halsbury's Laws of England and Halsbury's Laws of Australia. Authors include Judges, leading academics, and senior members of the profession. The authors have given this publication its widely acknowledged authoritative weight through their specialist and practical knowledge of New Zealand law as experts in their field. It is accordingly recognised as a work of extremely high quality.
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Any organisation requiring comprehensive coverage on New Zealand law, including law firms, the judiciary, local government, and university libraries.
Over 150 titles, printed in booklets contained in binders, plus three service binders. Also available online, with service updates consolidated into titles.
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The Laws of New Zealand
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