3 edition of New Zealand Law Dictionary found in the catalog.
New Zealand Law Dictionary
G. W. Hinde
December 1986 by Lexis Law Publishing (Va) .
Written in English
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This dictionary is the first large-scale English dictionary especially prepared for New Zealand users. Compiled at the New Zealand Dictionary Centre in Wellington, it reflects research into New Zealand words and their use, including new words, and new uses of older words that have evolved in New Zealand.
The dictionary also reflects research into international English. Butterworths New Zealand Law Dictionary is our jurisdiction’s only legal dictionary and now in its seventh edition, it re-affirms its status as an essential legal resource.
The continuous nature of change, especially in statute law, demands that a legal dictionary, to remain current and useful as a reference resource, must be updated regularly. Competition Law in New Zealand, Noonan (Thomson Reuters) Criminal Procedure in New Zealand, Finn & Mathias (Thomson Reuters) Dictionary of New Zealand Law (LexisNexis) Directors Powers and Duties 2nd ed - Watts (LexisNexis) E-Commerce and the Law, Corbett & Sims (Thomson Reuters) Entertainment and Media Law in New Zealand, Tobin and.
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Most jurisdictions, such as England, Canada, Australia, India, New Zealand and the United States have hybrid systems which adopt the common law but from to time, specify the law by writing statutes in which event, the statute replaces any inconsistent statement of the common law.
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