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Non-justiciability: Reappraisal of Buttes Gas in the Light of recent Decisions

Monday 15th January 2007

This seminar is part of the British Institute's seminar series on private international law which will run throughout the Autumn of 2006 and well into 2007 entitled Private International Law in the UK: Current Topics and Changing Landscapes.

The British Institute's Series on Private International Law is kindly sponsored by:

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2 CPD hours may be claimed by both solicitors and barristers through attendance at this event.

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