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Conflicts between Jurisdiction and Procedure: Pre-Action Civil Procedure and Jurisdiction - a Poor Fit

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Conflicts between Jurisdiction and Procedure : Pre-Action Civil Procedure and Jurisdiction - a Poor Fit. / Morgan, Phillip David James.

In: Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, Vol. 2, 2011, p. 275-292.

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Morgan, PDJ 2011, 'Conflicts between Jurisdiction and Procedure: Pre-Action Civil Procedure and Jurisdiction - a Poor Fit', Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, vol. 2, pp. 275-292. <http://www.i-law.com/ilaw/doc/view.htm?id=267691>

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Morgan, P. D. J. (2011). Conflicts between Jurisdiction and Procedure: Pre-Action Civil Procedure and Jurisdiction - a Poor Fit. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2, 275-292. http://www.i-law.com/ilaw/doc/view.htm?id=267691

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Morgan PDJ. Conflicts between Jurisdiction and Procedure: Pre-Action Civil Procedure and Jurisdiction - a Poor Fit. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly. 2011;2:275-292.

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Morgan, Phillip David James. / Conflicts between Jurisdiction and Procedure : Pre-Action Civil Procedure and Jurisdiction - a Poor Fit. In: Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly. 2011 ; Vol. 2. pp. 275-292.

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