Title: Melanesian Law Journal, Volume 29 (2003-2004...
Publisher: University of Papua New Guinea
Publication Date: 2004
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
146 pp., bibliography. Articles: The judiciary and the emerging principle of "interest & spirit of the Constitution"; Incest and marriage prohibitions: Implications of recent changes to the law against incest under Papua New Guinea's criminal code; Sexual crimes against and exploitation of children and the law in Papua New Guinea; Incorporated land groups in Papua New Guinea; Land reform policies in Papua New Guinea: Successes and failures of the plantation acquisition and unused state lands redistribution schemes; Legal nature of the Papua New Guinea petroleum agreement 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # PNGCON5X123112-2
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