New Zealand Law Dictionary, 10th edition
The New Zealand Law Dictionary is an unparalleled reference tool for New Zealand lawyers, law students, and anyone who needs to understand legal language.
Edited by Judge Peter Spiller
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Experienced editor Judge Peter Spiller again brings his expertise to the title, building on the exemplary scholarship and practical application for which the New Zealand Law Dictionary is known. With up-to-date definitions and usage, the Dictionary is an authoritative guide to the language of law in New Zealand.
While most terms are in English, the Dictionary contains a wide range of terms relevant to New Zealand, including Te Reo Māori, as well as historical terms in Latin and French.
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