Book/Printed Material Hong Kong, China : some legal issues
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- Hong Kong, China : some legal issues
- Hsia, Tao-tai, 1921-2020, author.
- Zeldin, Wendy I., author.
- Law Library of Congress (U.S.), issuing body.
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- [Washington, D.C.] : Law Library of Congress, 1997.
- - Rule of law--China--Hong Kong
- - Law reform--China--Hong Kong
- - Hong Kong (China)--History--Transfer of Sovereignty from Great Britain, 1997
- - Hong Kong (China)--Relations--China
- - China--Relations--China--Hong Kong
- - "July 1997. "
- - In scope of the U.S. Government Publishing Office Cataloging and Indexing Program (C&I) and Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP).
- - Includes bibliographical references.
- - Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (Law Library of Congress, viewed Jan 20, 2023).
- 1 online resource (ii, 31 pages).
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Hsia, Tao-Tai, Author, Wendy I Zeldin, and U.S Law Library Of Congress. Hong Kong, China: some legal issues. [Washington, D.C.: Law Library of Congress, 1997] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2019670951/.
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Hsia, T., Zeldin, W. I. & Law Library Of Congress, U. S. (1997) Hong Kong, China: some legal issues. [Washington, D.C.: Law Library of Congress] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2019670951/.
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Hsia, Tao-Tai, Author, Wendy I Zeldin, and U.S Law Library Of Congress. Hong Kong, China: some legal issues. [Washington, D.C.: Law Library of Congress, 1997] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2019670951/>.