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Environmental offences

Neil Parpworth

Environmental offences

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by Neil Parpworth

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Published by Lawtext Pubs. in [S.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementNeil Parpworth.
SeriesEnvironmental liability -- Vol.8, (3), pp.91-96
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination7p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16170710M

CAP. ] Environmental Protection THE SUBSTANTIVE LAWS OF BELIZE REVISED EDITION Printed by the Government Printer, No. 1 Power Lane, Belmopan, by the authority of the Government of Belize. 8 [] CHAPTER ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION [14th October, ] PART I Preliminary 1. This Act may be cited as the Environmental Protection File Size: KB. THE BROWN BOOK. FINE CATEGORIES. Each offence is assigned a letter (A to J) to indicate the fine category. Each fine category equals a specific amount (see chart below) that the enforcement officer can enter as the “Fine Payable” on t he Ticket.

This book analyses the interpretation of environmental offences contained in the waste, contaminated land, and habitats' protection regimes. It concludes that the current purposive approach to interpretation has produced an unacceptable degree of : $ Environmental offences: corporate responsibility and executive liability, Dianne Saxe. Toronto Public Library.

“In my view the provisions of the Environmental Offences (Fixed Penalties) (England) Regulations are compatible with the Convention rights.” 7. Policy background What is being done and why Littering, and associated environmental offences like dog fouling, blight communities and impose avoidable costs on the public Size: 39KB.   Higher Fines Imposed for Environmental Offences By Latham & Watkins LLP on J Posted in Environmental Litigation, Green Finance. By Paul Davies, Michael Green and Alice Gunn. Powerday plc was issued a record fine in April this year for offences relating to operations involving o tonnes of waste deposited and stored.


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