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Remarques du traducteur : dans la bibliographie, nous avons retracé les titres d’articles ou de publications en français lorsqu’ils existent. Cependant, les multiples renvois aux jugements de cour (correspondant à la majorité des notes) qui comportent des notations complexes de type juridique, ont été laissées tels qu’ils étaient dans la version anglaise originale du présent volume.

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