WHY LEGAL GRAMMARS ARE NOT, BUT SHOULD BE, WRITTEN ON GENRE-BASED CORPORA? REVIEW OF THE GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURE OF LEGAL ENGLISH BY MIROSLAV BÁZLIK, PATRIK AMBRUS AND MARIUSZ BĘCŁAWSKI

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Łucja BIEL

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BIEL, Łucja. (2013). WHY LEGAL GRAMMARS ARE NOT, BUT SHOULD BE, WRITTEN ON GENRE-BASED CORPORA? REVIEW OF THE GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURE OF LEGAL ENGLISH BY MIROSLAV BÁZLIK, PATRIK AMBRUS AND MARIUSZ BĘCŁAWSKI. Comparative Legilinguistics, 16, 95-100. https://doi.org/10.14746/cl.2013.16.7
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