Law and Recovery from Disaster: Hurricane Katrina
Robin Paul Malloy
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009 - Law - 252 pages
Using Hurricane Katrina as a lens, this volume addresses the problems of property in the aftermath of a major disaster, covering important issues concerning property law, public policy, disaster preparedness and community recovery.
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