October 2004
Lawyer;10/25/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 41, p15
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Focuses on the inaccurate report that the appellate jurisdiction of the Privy Council in Great Britain would end in November 2004 with respect to the Caribbean states, in reaction to the article "Caribbean Court of Justice set to replace Privy Council," in the September 20, 2004 issue of "Lawyers."


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