new offenses against the person : the provisions of Bill C-127 by David Watt

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StatementDavid Watt ; [editor, Joan Chaplin].
ContributionsChaplin, Joan.
LC ClassificationsKE8905 .W38 1984
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Paginationxxx, 250 p.
Number of Pages250
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Open LibraryOL19767858M
ISBN 100409875759

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For the most part these provisions were, according to the draftsman Citation: 24 & 25 Vict c title 9. of crimes against the person involving sexual assault, and crimes against public decency and good morals.

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