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Ford, Austin and Ramsay's Principles of Corporations Law

Ford, Austin and Ramsay's Principles of Corporations Law by Robert Peter Austin,Ian Ramsay, ISBN: 9780409338386
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Ford, Austin and Ramsay's Principles of Corporations Law

Ford, Austin & Ramsay's Principles of Corporations Law 16th edition is a current high level text for undergraduate and postgraduate corporations law students. Dr Robert Austin is Head of Corporate HQ Advisory at Minter Ellison; Ian Ramsay is the Harold Ford Professor of Commercial Law in the Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne

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