Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) (Amendment) Act 1977

Elizabeth II. 1977. Chapter 34.
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  • English
H.M.S.O. , London
Terrorism -- Law and legislation -- Northern Ireland., Prison sentences -- Law and legislation -- Northern Ire
LC ClassificationsKDE557
The Physical Object
PaginationSheet(2)p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21081350M
ISBN 100105434779

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