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""The Laws of New Zealand"" aims to provide a reliable statement of the whole of the law of New Zealand, statutory, regulatory and judicial, as it currently stands. Its 20 volumes comprise 142 titles, each of which contain all pertinent information sufficient to provide a clear picture of the current legal position on its subject.;The text comprises up to 20 binders; 18 of these constitute the main volumes of the work; two are reference volumes containing Consolidated Tables, Indexes and updating material. Titles are in alphabetical sequence, with the subject range of each binder being clearly printed on the spine.;Titles are published when ready as self-contained separate booklets (in more than one part where necessary). These have been designed to lie open within the binder and, more importantly, the booklets can be removed from the binder for independent use, making them entirely portable and easy to work with. The flexibility of the booklet system also means that there are no problems in adding or updating material, and the booklets can be replaced as required. Among the titles already published Agriculture, Auction, Bailment, Children and Young Persons, Contempt of Court, Dissolution of Marriage, Injunctions, Limitation of Civil Proceedings, and Partnership.;Information is presented in a narrative form giving clear and simple statements of the law, with footnotes providing the authority for those statements. This format makes for a compilation of material which is very easy to follow and understand, avoiding undue complexities of exposition without sacrificing accuracy.;Extensive cross-referencing is incorporated throughout. The reference system is based on paragraph numbers, a new sequence of which will start with each title. This should enable the user to quickly identify the full scope of the topic dealt with, while avoiding confusion and saving time. Where appropriate references are also included to ""Halsbury's Laws of England"" and ""Halsbury's Laws of Australia"".