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I have the following textbook with ISBN if anyone is interested in purchasing:

consolidated CBCA 36th edition $20

The law of partnerships & corporations 3rd edition ISBN: 978-1-55221-177-9 $60

Contracts: Cases and Commentaries 9th Edition ISBN: 978-0-7798-6390-7 $100

Property Law Cases and Commentary 3rd edition Author: Mary Jane Mossman and Philip Girard $80


Please email if interested: [email protected]

Pickup: Richmond hill, Fairview or Yorkdale mall

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