Valuable instrument or the single most abused legal document in our judicial system? : a review of the role and operation of Enduring Powers of Attorney in South Australia / [Sylvia Villios, David Plater, Gabrielle Golding, Olga Pandos, Bernadette Richards, Anita Brunacci, Natalie Ayoub and Holly Nicholls]

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Villios, Sylvia
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Villios, Sylvia & Ayoub, Natalie & Brunacci, Anita & Golding, Gabrielle & Nicholls, Holly & Pandos, Olga & Plater, David & Richards, Bernadette & University of Adelaide. Law School. South Australian Law Reform Institute, issuing body. (2021). Valuable instrument or the single most abused legal document in our judicial system? : a review of the role and operation of Enduring Powers of Attorney in South Australia Retrieved December 4, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2916693324

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Villios, Sylvia, Ayoub, Natalie, Brunacci, Anita, Golding, Gabrielle, Nicholls, Holly, Pandos, Olga, Plater, David, Richards, Bernadette and University of Adelaide. Law School. South Australian Law Reform Institute, issuing body. Valuable instrument or the single most abused legal document in our judicial system? : a review of the role and operation of Enduring Powers of Attorney in South Australia Adelaide, South Australia: South Australian Law Reform Institute, 2021. Web. 4 December 2022 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2916693324>

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Villios, Sylvia & Ayoub, Natalie & Brunacci, Anita & Golding, Gabrielle & Nicholls, Holly & Pandos, Olga & Plater, David & Richards, Bernadette & University of Adelaide. Law School. South Australian Law Reform Institute, issuing body. 2021, Valuable instrument or the single most abused legal document in our judicial system? : a review of the role and operation of Enduring Powers of Attorney in South Australia South Australian Law Reform Institute, Adelaide, South Australia viewed 4 December 2022 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2916693324

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