5 edition of Federal Courts found in the catalog.
August 15, 2006 by Foundation Pr .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||135|
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Jul 26, · Federal Courts Rules. 1 - Short Title - PART 1 - Application and Interpretation - Application 2 - Interpretation 6 - Computation, Extension and Abridgement of Time 9 to 11 - PART 2 - Administration of the Court 9 to 11 - Officers of the Court 13 - Court Seals 14 - Registry 19 - Fees 21 - Court Records 27 - Unclaimed Exhibits 28 - Hearings 41 - Summoning of Witnesses or Other Persons.
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