Applicability of Western Judicial Concepts to Polynesian Land Disputes: High Court Use of the Adverse Possesion Principle in American Samoa
Author(s): Tiffany W. Walter
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Applicability of Western Judicial Concepts to Polynesian Land Disputes: High Court Use of the Adverse Possesion Principle in American Samoa. Tiffany W. Walter. Oceania. 11: 136-153. 1981 ( tDAR id: 225043)
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