Child Care Law A Summary of the Law in Scotland by Alexandra Plumtree

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  • Child welfare,
  • Scots law: social security & welfare law

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Number of Pages118
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Open LibraryOL8768919M
ISBN 101903699746
ISBN 109781903699744

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