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    • Public Patron Guide to New Jersey Sources - This guide, prepared by the Rutgers-Newark Law School reference librarians, lists and describes basic legal research tools and tells you where you can find them in the Rutgers-Newark law library. The guide also lists the most important New Jersey legal sources for finding information on corporations on corporations, divorce and child custody, name changes, landlord/tenant actions and motor vehicles.


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