Administrative justice for the Body of Case Handling Institutions of Malawi

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Body of Case Handling Institutions , Lilongwe, Malawi
Body of Case Handling Institutions, Administrative law -- Malawi -- Cases, Administrative agencies -- Malawi -- Handbooks, manuals
Statementproduced for the Body of Case Handling Institutions (BCHI) ; written by Greg Moran, Chikosa Banda, Paul Dalton.
GenreCases, Handbooks, manuals, etc
ContributionsBanda, Chikosa., Dalton, Paul., Body of Case Handling Institutions.
LC ClassificationsKSS245 .M67 2000z
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