|LAW AND POVERTY IN AUSTRALIA COMMISSION OF INQUIRY INTO POVERTY SECOND MAIN REPORT October 1975||1|
|Preface to all reports||5|
|Preface to this report||7|
|Part I INTRODUCTION 1 Equality before the law||25|
|Part II LEGAL SERVICES 2 Legal aid in Australia—Extending legal services to poor people||33|
|Part III THE SUBSTANTIVE LAW 3 Poverty and landlord-tenant law1||81|
|4 Poverty and the law of consumer credit||130|
|5 Enforcement of debts||153|
|6 Law, lawyers and social security||189|
|7 Poverty and the criminal justice process||220|
|Part IV DISADVANTAGED PEOPLE AND THE LAW 8 Migrants and the legal system||239|
|9 Homeless people-no refuge from the law1||271|
|10 Aboriginals and the law||288|
|11 Children and the courts1||316|
|Appendix A SPECIFIC TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR COMMISSIONERS CONCENTRATING ON SPECIALIST AREAS||347|
|Appendix B RESEARCH STUDIES ARRANGED BY PROFESSOR R. SACKVILLE||348|
|Appendix C TITLES AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF RESEARCH STUDIES (ARRANGED BY PROFESSOR R. SACKVILLE) BEING PUBLISHED||349|
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| author1=Australia. Commission of Inquiry into Poverty.
| author2=Sackville, Ronald.
| title=Law and poverty in Australia
| section=333 pages ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 294 of 1975
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