South Pacific Property Law
Routledge Cavendish | ISBN: 1859416608 | 2002-04 | PDF | 300 pages | 4 Mb
This book is a treasury of law relating to many different types of property in the South Pacific region. This region is one of cultural diversity, economic development and strong tradition. While land remains of key significance, other forms of property, ranging from custom property to intellectual property, are also important.
Encompassing the legal systems of over a dozen independent countries together with cross references to property law derived from the common law and customary law of Australia, New Zealand and North America, as well as the common law of England, the authors bring together a wealth of diverse and scattered sources to present a coherent picture of the law of property as it exists today and offer some thoughts on the challenges and legal difficulties facing the region as its people and economies evolve.