The Right to Property in Commonwealth Constitutions
Cambridge University Press, 09.03.2000. - 268 страница
The right to property is an important part of most Commonwealth constitutions. This book examines the evolution of right to property and the changing trends in their interpretation by the courts. A number of specific issues are examined closely: * Which interests are constitutionally protected as 'property'? * When does the regulation of property amount to an acquisition of property? * Are there limits on the purposes for which states may take the property of their subjects? * What are the rules regarding compensation for property? The analysis is both practical and theoretical, and it should be useful to both academic and practising lawyers.
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The right to property at common law
The development of written rights to property
A B C and D v United Kingdom 1967 10 Yearbook 506
Nova Scotia 1988 47 D L R 4th 681 134 156
Amodu Tijani v Southern Nigeria Secretary 1921 A C 399 151
acquisition of property African Amendment apply argued argument Article Att.-Gen Attorney-General Australian authorised benefits Bill of Rights Botswana British Canada Canadian chapter Christopher and Nevis claim common law Commonwealth courts compensatable compulsory acquisition constitutional interpretation constitutional property Court held deprivation of property doctrine Dwarkadas Shrinivas economic effect eminent domain example expropriation final Constitution framers full compensation fundamental rights Government of Mauritius guarantee Guyana Hence Human Rights Ibid Indian individual infringement interim Constitution judges judicial review judiciary L.R.C. Const land Law Review legislation legislature limitations Lord Lord Woolf market value Mauritius methods of interpretation Namibia Nigerian Nigerian-model opening provision owner ownership Parliament payable political principle Privy Council property rights protection public interest public purpose purposive interpretation reason regulation require compensation restrictions right to property rights and freedoms section 25 section 36 section 51(xxxi South Africa statutory Supreme Court theory tion Union of India Zambia Zimbabwe