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D. 19.1.50; Periculum Emptoris. An original article from the Irish Jurist periodical, 1972 by  David Pugsley - First Edition - 1972 - from Cosmo Books and Biblio.com

D. 19.1.50; Periculum Emptoris. An original article from the Irish Jurist periodical, 1972

by Pugsley, David

Condition: Very Good Condition


Irish Jurist, Vol.7, new series, Dublin 1972, 1972. First Edition. Disbound. Very Good Condition. Octavo. 7 pages. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Irish Jurist; Inventory No: 168716..


  • Bookseller: Cosmo Books GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 168716
  • Title: D. 19.1.50; Periculum Emptoris. An original article from the Irish Jurist periodical, 1972
  • Author: Pugsley, David
  • Format/binding: Disbound
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good Condition
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition
  • Publisher: Irish Jurist, Vol.7, new series, Dublin 1972
  • Date published: 1972
  • Keywords: BZDB395 Law Legal History Roman Law Irish Jurist Irish Jurist; D 19150 Periculum Emptoris An original article from the Irish Jurist periodical 1972 Pugsley David

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