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by Trevor Adams,Alexis Longshaw,Christopher Morris,Tim Sewell
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by Trevor Adams, Alexis Longshaw, Christopher Morris, Tim Sewell . ISBN 9780853087168 (978-0-85308-716-8) Softcover, Jordan Publishing Limited, 2001. Business Law and Practice 2006/2007. by Trevor Adams, Christopher Morris, Alexis Longshaw.
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