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Comparative Environmental Law and Regulation

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Format: Binder/Looseleaf
Brand: TRO
Copyright: 2011-2020
ISBN: 9780379012514
Service #: 30572952
Sub #: 30572954
Publication Frequency: Updated three times yearly
Update format: Replacement pages

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Comparative Environmental Law and Regulation

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Written by international contributors and edited by noted experts, Comparative Environmental Law and Regulation analyzes key environmental laws, regulations, and implementation systems of more than 60 countries. Each country's chapter discusses the potential impact of environmental laws on business transactions and offers practical advice on dealing with regulatory and enforcement authorities. You'll find information on:

  • Local environmental laws
  • How laws are implemented
  • When, how, and where to apply for licenses and permits
  • Prosecution policies for environmental crimes
  • Toxic tort litigation
  • Administrative litigation
  • Jurisdiction of pertinent agencies
Also included are:

  • A guide to locating environmental law information on the Internet, reliability indicators, research criteria, and advice on how to find the most current official documents
  • Reviews of the pertinent environmental rules of such supranational bodies as ASEAN, the Andean Community, and the European Union