Canadian native law cases with comprehensive subject index and statute indexes

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University of Saskatchewan, Native Law Centre
Canada, Legal status, laws, etc, Cases, Indians of North Am
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ISBN 100888801750
ISBN 139780888801753

Native Law Centre. title Canadian native law cases, with comprehensive subject index and statute indexes / Brian Slattery and Sheila E.

Stelck, with the assistance of David Knoll. Get this from a library. Canadian native law cases: with comprehensive subject index. [Brian Slattery; Sheila E Stelck; Linda Charlton; David Knoll; University of Saskatchewan. Native Law Centre.] -- Comprehensive collection of reported Canadian court decisions, including selected unreported cases, dealing with Indian, Inuit and Metis affairs.

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