A manual of nature conservation law

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Clarendon Press, Dec 14, 1995 - Law - 524 pages
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This compilation of statutory and non-statutory materials is designed to give environmental specialists a set of the essential texts in an up-to-date and easily accessible form. Carefully footnoted and cross-referenced, it is possible to see at a glance exactly which sections of UK law are currently in force, which have been repealed or amended and exactly where the amending provisions can be located. Unlike some other compilations of statutes, this volume has been prepared with immense attention to detail and great emphasis upon both the accuracy of the texts and the veracity of the supporting notes and references.

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Contents

National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949 5
35
Forestry Act 1967
66
Countryside Scotland Act 1967
108
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About the author (1995)

Michael Fry is Professor and former Director of the School of International Relations, University of Southern California.

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