Canadian divorce before reform the case of Prince Edward Island, 1946-1967 by Wendy Owen

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Published by Canadian Legal History Project, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba in Winnipeg .

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  • Divorce -- Law and legislation -- Canada.,
  • Divorce -- Law and legislation -- Prince Edward Island.,
  • Law reform -- Canada.,
  • Law reform -- Prince Edward Island.

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Statementby Wendy Owen and J.M. Bumsted.
SeriesUniversity of Manitoba Canadian Legal History Project working paper series -- CLHP-WPS-92-1, Working paper series (University of Manitoba. Canadian Legal History Project) -- 92-1.
ContributionsBumsted, J. M., University of Manitoba. Canadian Legal History Project.
The Physical Object
Pagination57, 5 p. ;
Number of Pages57
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Open LibraryOL18701371M

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