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Forum (Non) Conveniens in England: Past, Present, and Future

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Forum (Non) Conveniens in England: Past, Present, and Future. / Arzandeh, Ardavan.

Hart Publishing, 2019. (Studies in Private International Law).

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Harvard

Arzandeh, A 2019, Forum (Non) Conveniens in England: Past, Present, and Future. Studies in Private International Law, Hart Publishing.

APA

Arzandeh, A. (2019). Forum (Non) Conveniens in England: Past, Present, and Future. (Studies in Private International Law). Hart Publishing.

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Arzandeh A. Forum (Non) Conveniens in England: Past, Present, and Future. Hart Publishing, 2019. (Studies in Private International Law).

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Arzandeh, Ardavan. / Forum (Non) Conveniens in England: Past, Present, and Future. Hart Publishing, 2019. (Studies in Private International Law).

Bibtex

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