Municipal land use by Ivy S. Minely

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Published by Institute for Continuing Legal Education in Newark, N.J .

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  • City planning and redevelopment law -- New Jersey.,
  • Zoning law -- New Jersey.

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Statementby Ivy S. Minely.
SeriesSkills training course ;, 1976-77, S13
ContributionsNew Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education.
LC ClassificationsKFN2258 .M55
The Physical Object
Pagination135 p. ;
Number of Pages135
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4577991M
LC Control Number77150130

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