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Irish Aviation Law for Pilots7th Revised edition
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Financial Services Regulation in Ireland: The Accountability Dimension
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Key Aspects of Irish Competition Law and Practice
By: Alex Schuster
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Confessions of a Court Clerk
By: Bernard Neary
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Irish Land and Conveyancing Law2nd edition
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