National and International Water Law and Administration: Selected Writings

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Kluwer Law International, 2003 - Law - 446 pages
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Selected Writings is a collection of articles and studies which reflect different stages of the author's experience as a scholar and a provider of technical legal assistance in the field of water law and administration, both national and international. Its purpose is to provide, mostly through practical examples, an insight into the manner in which studies and research on various topics relevant to water law and administration may be conducted and water management issues are to be considered from the legal and institutional viewpoint. The book also highlights possible legal solutions to water management problems, thereby showing the important role that the lawyer may be called upon to play in this connection. This book complements with practical experience the previous major work of the author, 'Principles of Water Law and Administration - National and International', which is a basic textbook for reference. Selected Writings will be very useful to students wishing to specialize in water law, scholars and future water resources managers and planners.

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