American-Japanese private international law by Albert Armin Ehrenzweig

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  • Conflict of laws -- United States,
  • Conflict of laws -- Japan

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Statementby Albert A. Ehrenzweig, Sueo Ikehara and Norman Jensen.
SeriesBilateral studies in private international law -- no. 12
ContributionsIkehara, Sueo., Jensen, N., Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law.
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LC ClassificationsJX6111 E47
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Pagination173 p. ;
Number of Pages173
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17225067M

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