The Theory of Nationalisation

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Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Law - 392 pages
In this book Professor Katzarov has made the first comprehensive study 0/ nationalisation /rom the legal point 0/ view. The author's knowledge 0/ European languages, in addition to his mother tongue 0/ Bulgarian, has enabled him to draw on material/rom England, France, the U.s.S.R. and the other communist countries 0/ Eastern Europe, and many countries 0/ Asia and Latin America. The book ranges widely in another sense. Professor Katzarov is a jurist in the best Continental tradition in that his work does not spring /rom a narrow technical outlook, but is a synthesis 0/ historical, philo sophic, political, economic and legal elements. Thus, he shows the way in which the constitutional and legal /ramework 0/ nationalisation has been in/luenced by extra-legal elements. It is difficult to imagine a legal scholar trained in one 0/ the Common Law countries producing a work as broadly conceived; and this is one 0/ several reasons why the publication 0/ an English edition is welcome.
 

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Contents

The Prelegal Foundation of Nationalisation 119
1
Introduction pp 2141
21
Industry and Commerce pp 4273
42
General and Systematic Conclusions pp 7481
74
THE LEGAL STRUCTURE 83161
83
The Socialisation of Property pp 102130
102
The Legal Nature of Nationalisation pp 131161
131
Conclusions pp 158161
158
The State Plan pp 246282
246
Private Property in Public International Law pp 284303
284
International Status of Nationalisation pp 304322
304
Compensation pp 323357
323
Procedure pp 358368
358
InterNationalisation 369373
369
Index 387392
387
Copyright

Place and Function pp 200245
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