Let right be done : aboriginal titel, the "Calder" case, and the future of indigenous rights (Book, 2007) [WorldCat.org]
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Let right be done : aboriginal titel, the "Calder" case, and the future of indigenous rights

Author: Hamar Foster; Heather Raven; Jeremy Webber
Publisher: Vancouver Univ. of British Columbia Press 2007
Series: Law and society series
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Examines the doctrine of Aboriginal title thirty years after the Supreme Court of Canada's landmark Calder decision. This book places Calder in its legal, historical, and political context by  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc
Named Person: Frank Calder; Frank Calder
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Hamar Foster; Heather Raven; Jeremy Webber
ISBN: 9780774814034 0774814039 9780774814041 0774814047
OCLC Number: 254822755
Description: 337 Seiten Illustrationen, Karten
Contents: 1 The Calder Decision, Aboriginal Title, Treaties, and the Nisga'a / Christina Godlewska and Jeremy WebberPart 1: Reflections of the Calder Participants2 Frank Calder and Thomas Berger: A Conversation3 Reminiscences of Aboriginal Rights at the Time of the Calder Case and Its Aftermath / Honourable Gerard V. La ForestPart 2: Historical Background4 We Are Not O'Meara's Children: Law, Lawyers, and the First Campaign for Aboriginal Title in British Columbia, 1908-28 / Hamar Foster5 Then Fight For It: William Lewis Paul and Alaska Native Land Claims / Stephen HaycoxPart 3: Calder and Its Implications6 Calder and the Representation of Indigenous Society in Canadian Jurisprudence / Michael Asch7 A Taxonomy of Aboriginal Rights / Brian Slattery8 Judicial Approaches to Self-Government since Calder: Searching for Doctrinal Coherence / Kent McNeilPart 4: International Impact9 Customary Rights and Crown Claims: Calder and Aboriginal Title in Aotearoa New Zealand / David V. Williams10 The Influence of Canadian and International Law on the Evolution of Australian Aboriginal Title / Garth NettheimPart 5: The Future11 Let Obligations Be Done / John Borrows12 Closing Thoughts: Final Remarks from Iona Campagnolo, Lance Finch, Joseph Gosnell, and Frank CalderAppendicesNotes; Bibliography; Index
Series Title: Law and society series
Responsibility: ed. by Hamar Foster, Heather Raven and Jeremy Webber
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"Let Right Be Done is an invaluable collection of insightful essays on a crucial legal case that profoundly affected, and continues to influence, Canadian law. - J.R. (Jim) Miller, author, Read more...

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