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The Administration of Justice in al-Andalus and the Principles of Justice in Constitutional Democracies

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The Administration of Justice in al-Andalus and the Principles of Justice in Constitutional Democracies. / Abat Ninet, Antoni.

I: Journal of International Law and Islamic Law , Bind 14, Nr. 1, 2, 2018.

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Abat Ninet, A 2018, 'The Administration of Justice in al-Andalus and the Principles of Justice in Constitutional Democracies', Journal of International Law and Islamic Law , bind 14, nr. 1, 2.

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Abat Ninet, A. (2018). The Administration of Justice in al-Andalus and the Principles of Justice in Constitutional Democracies. Journal of International Law and Islamic Law , 14(1), [2].

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Abat Ninet A. The Administration of Justice in al-Andalus and the Principles of Justice in Constitutional Democracies. Journal of International Law and Islamic Law . 2018;14(1). 2.

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Abat Ninet, Antoni. / The Administration of Justice in al-Andalus and the Principles of Justice in Constitutional Democracies. I: Journal of International Law and Islamic Law . 2018 ; Bind 14, Nr. 1.

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