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Intellectual property rights and biological diversity : an international legal analysis.
Biological diversity is defined in Article 2 of the Convention on Biological Diversity as the variability among living organisms from all sources including terrestrial, marine and other aquatic ecosystems and the ecological ...
The world trade organization's trade agreements : a legal analysis of their impact on access to antiretroviral drugs and the human right to health/life in Zambia.
This dissertation has been motivated by the prolonged deficiency of access to advanced regimens of Antiretroviral drugs(ARVs) and efficient health services by people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in Zambia, a least developed ...
Property rights and environmental conservation.
The intention of this dissertation is not to embark on a discussion on the desirability of a property clause, nor to undertake a full analysis of the property and environmental clauses as they appear in both the interim ...
A discussion of the concept of the 'place of effective management' in the context of South African law, using internationally established principles of corporate residency from the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia as guidelines to formulating this concept in South African law.
The aim of this dissertation is to carry out the following: • Discuss the concept of residency in South Africa and the evolution to the residence basis of taxation in South Africa. • Examine the Organisation for Economic ...
A critical analysis of the development of water law in South Africa.
This paper entails a critical analysis of the development of water law in South Africa. It examines the historical development process of the law, discussing the tendencies followed in Roman and Roman Dutch Law systems. ...
The inclusion and implementation of integrated water resources management under South African water law and policy.
South Africa is a dry, water-stressed country which faces many water management challenges. Some of these challenges are unique to South African freshwater resources management while others are conventional water management ...
Marine salvage : from Rhodian law to Lloyd's open form, 2000.
The origins of marine salvage law may be traced to a code of Rhodian Sea laws promulgated in 500BC. Presently, while salvage law retains the foundations of this early codification, it has undergone a complete metamorphosis ...
A critical analysis of the lack of consideration of small scale fisheries in the allocation of fishing rights in South Africa.
Marine resources, in particular the fishing industry, continue to play a major role in sustaining South Africa’s economy and social development and contribute to employment and security of the local community. Historically, ...
Management of legal aid clinics in South Africa
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