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Footnotes 1 Robert Chambers, An Introduction to Property Law in Australia (Thomson Reuters, 3rd ed, 2013) 521–2.
Bibliography Chambers, Robert, An Introduction to Property Law in Australia (Thomson Reuters, 3rd ed, 2013)
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Footnotes 1  Clive Turner and John Trone, Australian Commercial Law (Lawbook, 32nd ed, 2018) 135–6.
Bibliography Turner, Clive and John Trone, Australian Commercial Law (Lawbook, 32nd ed, 2018)
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Footnotes 1. Marvin Perry et al, Western Civilization: Ideas, Politics, and Society (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 9th ed, 2008)
    78–9.
Bibliography Marvin Perry et al, Western Civilization: Ideas, Politics, and Society (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 9th ed, 2008)
    78–9.
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Footnotes 1  Malcom D Evans (ed), International Law (Oxford University Press, 4th ed, 2014) 31–3.
Bibliography Evans, Malcolm D (ed), International Law (Oxford University Press, 4th ed, 2014)
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Footnotes 1 Spencer Zifcak, 'The Responsibility to Protect' in Malcolm D Evans (ed), International Law (Oxford University Press, 4th ed, 2014) 509, 511–2.
Bibliography Zifcak, Spencer,  'The Responsibility to Protect' in Malcolm D Evans (ed), International Law (Oxford University Press, 4th ed, 2014) 509
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Footnotes 1 Julia Hörnle, Cross-border Internet Dispute Resolution (Cambridge University Press, 2009) 224–6.
Bibliography Hörnle, Julia, Cross-border Internet Dispute Resolution (Cambridge University Press, 2009)
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