Is the entire Aruch ha-Shulchan he-Atid available online anywhere?

There are some volumes on Otzar but they definitely aren't the whole thing. For instance the final volume included covers the laws of nazirut and monetary evaluations, but Wikisource states that the contents should include these two topics but also many others (eg Sanhedrin, kings etc). Similarly, the coverage of Zeraim only includes the start of this section.

So, can anyone point me to a complete online edition of the remainder of Aruch ha-Shulchan he-Atid?

Many thanks.

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    The table of contents goes up to page 171, but there are 336 pages in the book. Maybe the topics you're looking for are already included with a separate table of contents in the middle?
    – b a
    Commented Nov 25, 2020 at 17:06

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Bar Ilan seems to have it, under ספרי הלכה ומנהג/ספרי הלכה ומנהג - אחרונים/ערוך השלחן העתיד. I'm not familiar with the structure, but the table of contents includes Sanhedrin and kings, at least, under הלכות שונות.

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