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Land management in the 70"s: concepts and models.

W. L. Bathke and W. A. Haney, editors.
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ContributionsBathke, W. L., ed., Haney, William A., ed., Battelle Memorial Institute., University of Washington. School of Law., Puget Sound Governmental Conference.
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LC ClassificationsHT392 .L36 1970
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Paginationx, 246 p.
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Open LibraryOL4771835M
ISBN 100911302190
LC Control Number78187202

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The adjudication and determination of rights in land 70 E. The surveying of land and property boundaries 71 F. The management of land information 72 G. The establishment of financial management procedures 74 H.

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