by David C. Buxbaum, Assoc. of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning, Springer Netherlands, Jan 1, 1967, pp288.
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UKT 180501: I am interested in Burma, and I've to piece together what I get from book previews. I first came across p071. The following is reassembled p071 and p072
UKT 180505: Search string: Customary law and the formal legal institutions - Buxbaum
- https://books.google.com.mm/books?id=ouPuCAAAQBAJ&pg=PA175&lpg=PA175&dq=Customary+law+and+the+formal+legal+institutions+-+Buxbaum&source=bl&ots=1u9QtZgmP7&sig=HNOu4NsIiKZzDboUrVjopuk_syk&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwicie2shfHaAhWKOY8KHQHlAysQ6AEIJzAB#v=onepage&q=Customary%20law%20and%20the%20formal%20legal%20institutions%20-%20Buxbaum&f=false 180506
- Does not include anything on Burma.
UKT 180506: I've lost the contacts to the following downloads: there were two. The first page is p.071
However, on his visit to Burma in the same year Lord Dufferin found the Burmese too patriotic and the possibility of the French extending their influence to Burma so strong,
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