NJ Federal Practice Rules - Annotated
Paperback Edition: 2014
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with Comments and Annotations by Allyn Z. Lite
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Local Bankruptcy Rules of the U.S. District Court (D.N.J.)
Local Rules of the U.S. Court of Appeals (3rd Cir.)
Federal Rules of:
- Civil Procedure
- Criminal Procedure
- Appellate Procedure
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