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  • Acquisition and use of property by aliens in foreign countries


  • Nay, Robert L., author
  • Wingfield, Catherine S., author
  • Palmer, Edith, 1940- author
  • Clarke, Stephen F., author
  • Rodriguez-Ferrand, Graciela, author
  • Medina, Rubens, author
  • Ponsot-Vo, Stephanie, author
  • Hsia, Tao-tai, 1921-2020, author
  • Johnson, Constance A., author
  • Hakim, Yorguy, author
  • Gutiérrez, Norma C., author
  • Shroff, Kersi B., author
  • Papademetriou, Theresa, author
  • Nehra, Krishan S. author
  • Mya Saw Shin, author
  • Levush, Ruth, author
  • Cho, Sung Yoon, 1928-2017
  • Mwalimu, Charles, author
  • Nguyễn, Phương-Khanh, author
  • Bayar, Belma, author
  • Law Library of Congress (U.S.), issuing body

Created / Published

  • [Washington, D.C.] : Law Library of Congress, 1992.


  • -  Alien property--Australia
  • -  Alien property--Austria
  • -  Alien property--Bahamas
  • -  Alien property--Bermuda
  • -  Alien property--Bolivia
  • -  Alien property--Brazil
  • -  Alien property--Burundi
  • -  Alien property--Cameroon
  • -  Alien property--Canada
  • -  Alien property--Chad
  • -  Alien property--People's Republic of China
  • -  Alien property--Republic of China (Taiwan)
  • -  Alien property--Ecuador
  • -  Alien property--Egypt
  • -  Alien property--El Salvador
  • -  Alien property--Fiji
  • -  Alien property--Greece
  • -  Alien property--Guatemala
  • -  Alien property--India
  • -  Alien property--Indonesia
  • -  Alien property--Republic of Ireland
  • -  Alien property--Israel
  • -  Alien property--Ivory Coast
  • -  Alien property--Jamaica
  • -  Alien property--Japan
  • -  Alien property--Kenya
  • -  Alien property--The Republic of Korea
  • -  Alien property--Mexico
  • -  Alien property--New Zealand
  • -  Alien property--Pakistan
  • -  Alien property--Saudi Arabia
  • -  Alien property--Syria
  • -  Alien property--Thailand
  • -  Alien property--Turkey
  • -  Alien property--Vietnam
  • -  Alien property--Zaire


  • -  Typescript.
  • -  "February 1992."
  • -  "Australia, Austria, The Bahamas, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Burundi, Cameroon, Canada, Chad, People's Republic of China, Republic of China (Taiwan), Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Fiji, Greece, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Republic of Ireland, Israel, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, The Republic of Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Vietnam, Zaire."
  • -  Includes bibliographical references.
  • -  Also available in print
  • -  Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (Law Library of Congress, viewed July 7, 2020).


  • 1 online resource (57 pages).

Call Number/Physical Location

  • K729

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2019668837

OCLC Number

  • n1163794292

Online Format

  • image
  • pdf
  • online text

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Chicago citation style:

Nay, Robert L., Author, Catherine S Wingfield, Edith Palmer, Stephen F Clarke, Graciela Rodriguez-Ferrand, Rubens Medina, Stephanie Ponsot-Vo, et al. Acquisition and Use of Property by Aliens in Foreign Countries. [Washington, D.C.: Law Library of Congress, 1992] Pdf.

APA citation style:

Nay, R. L., Wingfield, C. S., Palmer, E., Clarke, S. F., Rodriguez-Ferrand, G., Medina, R. [...] Law Library Of Congress, U. S. (1992) Acquisition and Use of Property by Aliens in Foreign Countries. [Washington, D.C.: Law Library of Congress] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

Nay, Robert L., Author, et al. Acquisition and Use of Property by Aliens in Foreign Countries. [Washington, D.C.: Law Library of Congress, 1992] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.