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Classification. Class K, subclass KD: Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland. [Prepared in the Subject Cataloging Division by John Fischer]

Corporate Author: Library of Congress.
Related Names: Fischer, John 1910 Nov. 3-
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, Library of Congress; [for sale by the Card Division] 1973.
Subjects: Classification, Library of Congress
Law > Ireland > Classification.
Law > Great Britain > Classification.
Classification > Books > Law.
Note: Kept up to date by the Division's L.C. classification--additions and changes, and by two publications irregularly issued by Gale Research Company entitled: Library of Congress classification schedules--a cumulation of additions and changes, Class K, Subclass KD; and Library of Congress classification schedules combined with additions and changes.
Physical Description: ix p., 114 l., 115-163 p. 26 cm.
ISBN: 0844400602
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