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Book[edit]

This is the Book template. Multiple values are permitted for field Titles of other editions, if different, field Author, field Illustrator, field Editor, field Translator, field Place of publication, field Publisher, field Year of publication, field ISBN, field OCLC number, field DOI, and field URL, so use a semicolon (;) to separate the values from one another. The category How to use this wiki of Law as a Second Language® includes a page with links to guidance for the citation of sources. The type of property can influence the length, punctuation, etc. of the values that a field accepts. Use the Show preview button to determine if there is a problem with a value that you have inserted in a field. You can correct most problems by revising the values before you save the page, or you can correct them afterward by using the Edit button or the Edit source button. If the citation of a source does not appear correctly, for example, you can modify the citation if the modification permits readers to identify the source. Please use the Discussion page (see the link above) or the form for comments, questions, and suggestions to report any errors, omissions, or persistent problems in the form or to suggest improvements.

Book

Title of book:
Titles of other editions, if different:
Author:
Illustrator:
Editor:
Translator:
Title of multivolume work or series:
Edition:
Number of volume or of publication in series:
Place of publication:
Publisher:
Year of publication:
ISBN:
OCLC number:
DOI:
URL:

Alternative names for the book[edit]

This is the Alternative name for book template. Multiple values are permitted for field Sources of information in print and field Sources of information online, so use a semicolon (;) to separate the values from one another. The category How to use this wiki of Law as a Second Language® includes a page with links to guidance for the citation of sources. The type of property can influence the length, punctuation, etc. of the values that a field accepts. Use the Show preview button to determine if there is a problem with a value that you have inserted in a field. You can correct most problems by revising the values before you save the page, or you can correct them afterward by using the Edit button or the Edit source button. If the citation of a source does not appear correctly, for example, you can modify the citation if the modification permits readers to identify the source. Please use the Discussion page (see the link above) or the form for comments, questions, and suggestions to report any errors, omissions, or persistent problems in the form or to suggest improvements.

Alternative names for the book

Alternative name for the book:
Sources of information in print:
Sources of information online:

Descriptions of the resource[edit]

This is the Description of resource template. Multiple values are permitted for field Relevant years, field Relevant agencies, departments, offices, etc., field Relevant political subdivisions, field Relevant states, provinces, territories, possessions, etc., field Relevant countries, commonwealths, nations, etc., field Relevant intergovernmental alliances, leagues, unions, etc., field Relevant geographic areas, field Relevant languages, field Relevant terms and phrases, field Relevant individuals, field Relevant organizations, field Relevant books, field Relevant websites and blogs, field Relevant articles, blog entries, editorials, essays, graphics, interviews, and other content, field Relevant periodicals, newsletters, journals, and similar publications, field Relevant databases and repositories, field Relevant applications, field Relevant PDF documents, field Relevant videos, field Relevant audio and podcasts, field Relevant projects and activities, field Relevant events, and field Relevant constitutions, treaties, conventions, statutes, legislation, judicial decisions, regulations, proclamations, or other sources or enactments of law, so use a semicolon (;) to separate the values from one another. The category How to use this wiki of Law as a Second Language® includes a page with links to guidance for the citation of sources. The type of property can influence the length, punctuation, etc. of the values that a field accepts. Use the Show preview button to determine if there is a problem with a value that you have inserted in a field. You can correct most problems by revising the values before you save the page, or you can correct them afterward by using the Edit button or the Edit source button. If the citation of a source does not appear correctly, for example, you can modify the citation if the modification permits readers to identify the source. Please use the Discussion page (see the link above) or the form for comments, questions, and suggestions to report any errors, omissions, or persistent problems in the form or to suggest improvements.

Descriptions of the resource

Description of the resource:
Is the text of the description a quotation, a paraphrase, or an original review?:
If the source of the description was in print, insert the source here:
If the source of the description was online, insert the source here:
Relevant years:
Relevant agencies, departments, offices, etc.:
Relevant political subdivisions:
Relevant states, provinces, territories, possessions, etc.:
Relevant countries, commonwealths, nations, etc.:
Relevant intergovernmental alliances, leagues, unions, etc.:
Relevant geographic areas:
Relevant languages:
Relevant terms and phrases:
Relevant individuals:
Relevant organizations:
Relevant books:
Relevant websites and blogs:
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Quotations from the resource[edit]

This is the Quotation from resource template. Multiple values are permitted for Relevant years, field Relevant agencies, departments, offices, etc., field Relevant political subdivisions, field Relevant states, provinces, territories, possessions, etc., field Relevant countries, commonwealths, nations, etc., field Relevant intergovernmental alliances, leagues, unions, etc., field Relevant geographic areas, field Relevant languages, field Relevant terms and phrases, field Relevant individuals, field Relevant organizations, field Relevant books, field Relevant websites and blogs, field Relevant articles, blog entries, editorials, essays, graphics, interviews, and other content, field Relevant periodicals, newsletters, journals, and similar publications, field Relevant databases and repositories, field Relevant applications, field Relevant PDF documents, field Relevant videos, field Relevant audio and podcasts, field Relevant projects and activities, field Relevant events, and field Relevant constitutions, treaties, conventions, statutes, legislation, judicial decisions, regulations, proclamations, or other sources or enactments of law, so use a semicolon (;) to separate the values from one another. The category How to use this wiki of Law as a Second Language® includes a page with links to guidance for the citation of sources. The type of property can influence the length, punctuation, etc. of the values that a field accepts. Use the Show preview button to determine if there is a problem with a value that you have inserted in a field. You can correct most problems by revising the values before you save the page, or you can correct them afterward by using the Edit button or the Edit source button. If the citation of a source does not appear correctly, for example, you can modify the citation if the modification permits readers to identify the source. Please use the Discussion page (see the link above) or the form for comments, questions, and suggestions to report any errors, omissions, or persistent problems in the form or to suggest improvements.

Quotations from the resource

Quotation from the resource:
For a resource in print, insert the citation for the quotation here:
For a resource online, insert the citation for the quotation here:
Relevant years:
Relevant agencies, departments, offices, etc.:
Relevant political subdivisions:
Relevant states, provinces, territories, possessions, etc.:
Relevant countries, commonwealths, nations, etc.:
Relevant intergovernmental alliances, leagues, unions, etc.:
Relevant geographic areas:
Relevant languages:
Relevant terms and phrases:
Relevant individuals:
Relevant organizations:
Relevant books:
Relevant websites and blogs:
Relevant articles, blog entries, editorials, essays, graphics, interviews, and other content:
Relevant periodicals, newsletters, journals, and similar publications:
Relevant databases and repositories:
Relevant applications:
Relevant PDF documents:
Relevant videos:
Relevant audio and podcasts:
Relevant projects and activities:
Relevant events:
Relevant constitutions, treaties, conventions, statutes, legislation, judicial decisions, regulations, proclamations, or other sources or enactments of law:

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