Aeronautical Law

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BRILL, Aug 17, 1979 - Law - 869 pages
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The aim of this unique volume is twofold. First and foremost, it sets out to offer the reader a comprehensive and challenging view, from some of the most distinguished scholars in the field, of present and future trends and issues in the fields of international air and space law. By breaking new ground in this way, it pays tribute to the scholarly achievements of Henri (Or) Wassenbergh, whose ideas and work have helped to shape both air and space law throughout his long and distinguished career. Air and Space Law: De Lege Ferenda will be of interest to all those concerned with the present status of air and space law, and with the challenges the aviation and space industry must face in the century to come.
 

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Contents

THE NOTION OF AERONAUTICAL LAW
1
THE SOURCES OF AERONAUTICAL LAW
22
AIRSPACE
48
the traditional position in civil laws
63
AIRCRAFT
101
FLIGHT PERSONNEL 137
187
LEGAL PERSONS IN AERONAUTICAL LAW
222
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