The Resource A jurisprudence of difference : the denial of full respect in the Australian law of Native title, Stephen Charles Herne, (electronic resource)

A jurisprudence of difference : the denial of full respect in the Australian law of Native title, Stephen Charles Herne, (electronic resource)

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A jurisprudence of difference : the denial of full respect in the Australian law of Native title
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A jurisprudence of difference
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the denial of full respect in the Australian law of Native title
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Stephen Charles Herne
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eng
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Herne, Stephen Charles
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Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Western Australia, 2009
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  • Australia
  • Australia.
  • Australia.
  • Common law
  • Crown lands
  • Jurisprudence
  • Land tenure
  • Law
  • Native title (Australia)
  • Right of property
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A jurisprudence of difference : the denial of full respect in the Australian law of Native title, Stephen Charles Herne, (electronic resource)
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http://theses.library.uwa.edu.au/adt-WU2008.0262/
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Contents
Introduction; Comparative jurisprudence: Native title as a property right; Full respect: the standard by which to assess the conceptualisation and extinguishment of Native title; The denial of full respect in the conceptualisation of Native title; Radical title does not affect the capacity of Native title holders to assert property rights; The denial of full respect in the extinguishment of Native title; An overall assessment of the denial of full respect; Bibliography; Table of cases and legislation
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A jurisprudence of difference : the denial of full respect in the Australian law of Native title, Stephen Charles Herne, (electronic resource)
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http://theses.library.uwa.edu.au/adt-WU2008.0262/
Publication
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Title from electronic document (viewed 3/6/09)
Contents
Introduction; Comparative jurisprudence: Native title as a property right; Full respect: the standard by which to assess the conceptualisation and extinguishment of Native title; The denial of full respect in the conceptualisation of Native title; Radical title does not affect the capacity of Native title holders to assert property rights; The denial of full respect in the extinguishment of Native title; An overall assessment of the denial of full respect; Bibliography; Table of cases and legislation
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