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Published by University of Exeter in Exeter .
Written in English

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StatementKim Economides, Mark Blacksell and Charles Watkins.
SeriesWorking papers / Access to Justice in Rural Britain Project -- 3
ContributionsBlacksell, Mark., Watkins, Charles.
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Open LibraryOL14458742M

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