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Vicarious Liability for Employee Theft: Muddling Vicarious Liability for Conversion with Non-Delegable Duties

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Vicarious Liability for Employee Theft : Muddling Vicarious Liability for Conversion with Non-Delegable Duties. / Morgan, Phillip David James.

In: Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, Vol. 2011, 2011, p. 172-178.

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Morgan, PDJ 2011, 'Vicarious Liability for Employee Theft: Muddling Vicarious Liability for Conversion with Non-Delegable Duties', Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, vol. 2011, pp. 172-178.

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Morgan, P. D. J. (2011). Vicarious Liability for Employee Theft: Muddling Vicarious Liability for Conversion with Non-Delegable Duties. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2011, 172-178.

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Morgan PDJ. Vicarious Liability for Employee Theft: Muddling Vicarious Liability for Conversion with Non-Delegable Duties. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly. 2011;2011:172-178.

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Morgan, Phillip David James. / Vicarious Liability for Employee Theft : Muddling Vicarious Liability for Conversion with Non-Delegable Duties. In: Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly. 2011 ; Vol. 2011. pp. 172-178.

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