Complilation of Laws on the Legal Status of Aliens: United States Local Legislation
Rome: UNIDROIT, 1953. First edition. Softcover. fair to g+. Quarto. 324pp. Original light green staples wraps with black lettering on cover and mimeographed block. International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT). Compendium of laws, ordinances and legal precedents for all states, except Hawai, and the District of Columbia. Hawaii received statehood on august 21, 1959. The compendium covers admission, settlement and expulsion of aliens, excercise of rights, nationality, including property and private laws, licenses, workmen's compensation, civil and judicial guarantees, civil rights, assistance to restitutes, minors and unemployables, labor codes, school and education, special charges, restrictions, and various miscellaneous circumstances. Includes numerous legal precedents. Wraps with some damage, chips along edges, large chips at spine and sunned along edges. Block somewhat age-toned. Wrpas in overall fair, interior in good to good+ condition.
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