Tenative recommendation and a study relating to the Uniform rules of evidence.
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Tenative recommendation and a study relating to the Uniform rules of evidence. Article II: Judicial notice. by California Law Revision Commission.

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  • Judicial notice -- California.

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Other titlesUniform rules of evidence.
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LC ClassificationsKFC1032 .A847
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Pagination803-860 p.
Number of Pages860
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Open LibraryOL5933267M
LC Control Number64064654
OCLC/WorldCa12204378

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