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Notes on community council constitutions by Scottish Council of Social Service.

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Published by The Council in Edinburgh .
Written in English



  • Scotland.


  • Community welfare councils -- Scotland.,
  • Community organization.,
  • Constitutions.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesCommunity council constitutions.
Statement[Scottish Council of Social Service].
SeriesTopic ; 4
LC ClassificationsHV249.S4 S43
The Physical Object
Pagination[2], 24 [i.e. 27] p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4588852M
ISBN 100903589117
LC Control Number77350849

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