Corpus ID: 152566106

The privilege against self-incrimination in civil proceedings between private parties in Australia and New Zealand : is derivative use immunity the answer?

@inproceedings{Cotton2006ThePA,
  title={The privilege against self-incrimination in civil proceedings between private parties in Australia and New Zealand : is derivative use immunity the answer?},
  author={J. Cotton},
  year={2006}
}
xii, 367 leaves :ill. (some col.) ; 30cm Includes bibliographical references. "25 October 2006". University of Otago department: Law. 

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