Passage of the Bail, Judicial Appointments etc (Scotland) Bill 2000 SP Bill 17 (Session 1), subsequently 2000 asp 9 by Scotland. Parliament.

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  • Bail -- Scotland.,
  • Justices of the peace -- Scotland.,
  • Judges -- Selection and appointment -- Scotland.

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StatementScottish Parliament.
SeriesSPPB -- 10
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Pagination286 p. ;
Number of Pages286
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Open LibraryOL15559147M
ISBN 100338201653

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