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Land and Freedom - 
      A.R. Buck
    
      John Brian McLaren
    
      Nancy E. Wright

Land and Freedom

Law, Property Rights and the British Diaspora

A.R. Buck (Redaktør) ; John Brian McLaren (Redaktør) ; Nancy E. Wright (Redaktør)

Conflicts caused by competing concepts of property are the subject of this book that aims to reshape study of the relationship between law and society in Australasia and North America. The book examines issues of native title in both contemporary and historical context. Les mer
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Conflicts caused by competing concepts of property are the subject of this book that aims to reshape study of the relationship between law and society in Australasia and North America. The book examines issues of native title in both contemporary and historical context.
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Forlag: Ashgate Publishing Limited
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 224
ISBN: 9780754622093
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Contents: Origins: Introduction; Husbanding the earth and hedging out the poor, Laura Brace. The Empire of Property: Introduction; Colonization, civilization and cultivation: early Victorians’ theories of property rights and sovereignty, Pat Moloney; Strangers in their own land: capitalism, dispossession and the law, A.R. Buck. The Land Question: Introduction; They seem to argue that custom has made a higher law formal and informal law on the frontier, Peter Karsten; The recognition of Aboriginal status and laws in the supreme court of New South Wales under Forbes C.J. 1824-1836, Bruce Kercher; Property rights and the discourse of improvement in nineteenth century New South Wales, Nancy E. Wright and A.R. Buck; Raupatu: the punitive confiscation of Maori land in the 1860s, Bryan Gilling; The Canadian Doukhobors and the land question: religious communalists on a fee-simple world, John McLaren. Challenges: Introduction; Aboriginal title and the state’s fiduciary obligations, Stuart Rush, Q.C.; Freedom, serfdom and Internet governance: private domain or cyber commons?, Paul Havemann; Index.
A.R. Buck, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada;


John McLaren, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada;


Nancy E. Wright, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada;