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The Resource Management Act and Water in New Zealand: Impact . The book then focuses on selected aspects of the mesoscale, regional and local weather systems.
The Resource Management Act and Water in New Zealand: Impact and Implications. A thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Laws at the University of Otago. A history of New Zealand environmental law. N Wheen. Values as law: The history and efficacy of the Resource Management Act. Book.
the history and efficiency of the Resource Management Act. by David Young. Published 2001 by Institute of Policy Studies in Wellington,N. Environmental management.
David Young Values as Law: The History and Efficacy of the Resource Management Act (Institute of Policy Studies, Victoria University, Wellington, 2001) at 10-12; Jane Kelsey Economic Fundamentalism (Pluto Press, London, 1995) at 87. 27 Bollard and Mayes, above n 11, at 3-. . 27 Bollard and Mayes, above n 11, at 3-5; Massey, above n 24, at 30. 9.
The Resource Management Act (RMA) passed in 1991 in New Zealand is a significant, and at times, controversial Act of Parliament. The RMA promotes the sustainable management of natural and physical resources such as land, air and water. New Zealand's Ministry for the Environment describes the RMA as New Zealand's principal legislation for environmental management.
The history of law is very interesting. No one can really say when law began. According to the tablet, a temple employee was murdered by three men. The victim’s wife knew of the murder, but she remained silent. Eventually the three men and the woman were charged of murder. The earliest known written law of which a copy has been found, is Ur-Nammu’s Code of 2050 BC. The copy of the code is in such bad shape, that we have only been able to decipher five articles. Archaeological evidence shows that this code was supported by an advanced legal system. Nine witnesses testified against the men and the woman, and they asked for the death penalty for all four.
List of books in category "Legal History". The Early History of the Law of Bills and Notes: A Study of the Origins of Anglo-American Commercial Law (Cambridge Studies in English Legal History). Like a Loaded Weapon: The Rehnquist Court, Indian Rights, and the Legal History of Racism in America (Indigenous Americas).
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The Year Books are the law reports of medieval England. David J. Seipp, Professor of Law at Boston University, is the compiler of this database
The Year Books are the law reports of medieval England. The earliest examples date from about 1268, and the last in the printed series are for the year 1535. The Year Books are our principal source materials for the development of legal doctrines, concepts, and methods from 1290 to 1535, a period during which the common law developed into recognizable form. More than 22,000 individual reports or ‘pleas’ have been printed, and others remain in manuscript. Seipp, Professor of Law at Boston University, is the compiler of this database. His work is supported by the Ames Foundation of Harvard Law School.
Jewish law, its history, sources and principles, has been the subject of many books by many rabbis and scholars
Jewish law, its history, sources and principles, has been the subject of many books by many rabbis and scholars. However, most of the works by the traditional Jewish scholars - including the seminal work by Sherirah Gaon and the intellectual masterpiece by Maimonides - present a theology or philosophy whose goal is to promote and explain Judaism as conceived by the writer, and not a true history. Many stressed the importance of the Bible and revelation and the significance of the Oral Law which is not in the Torah, rather than an objective scientific history. Menachem Elon, an ordained rabbi,.