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    Post loose filing

    What does "loose filing" mean specialy when they use this term in a law libray ? Is it a computer system or it is just a manual filing that they use to organize a library policy.

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    Re: loose filing

    'Loose leaf' means sheets of paper that are not bound, so it's manual. Law seems to have a lot of it: Pupilblog: Loose leaf filing

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