3 edition of Council of the Law Society of Scotland Act 2003. found in the catalog.
Council of the Law Society of Scotland Act 2003.
|Statement||[prepared by the Council of the Law Society of Scotland].|
|Series||2003 asp -- 14|
|Contributions||Law Society of Scotland.|
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An Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision about the discharge of functions of the Council of the Law Society of Scotland and the appointment and constitution of committees and sub-committees of that Council.
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