Decree co-ordinating written and customary law. by Portugal.

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Published by General Overseas Agency in Lisbon .

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  • Portugal -- Colonies -- Administration.

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At head of title: Ministry for Overseas Provinces. Offices of the Minister.

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ContributionsPortugal. Ministério do Ultramar.
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Pagination11 p.
Number of Pages11
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