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When the law is silent, trespassers w...: Law and power in implied property rights
(Environmental Law Institute, 2012-03)
In the magical world of Winnie the Pooh, Piglet lives in a house signposted “TRESPASSERS W.” The golden silence that follows the W allows Pooh and his friends to wonder about the sign’s meaning, which Piglet insists honors ...
Of earthquakes, red zones and property rights: the Quake Outcasts case
(Thomson Reuters, 2014-06)
This is a short commentary on the Court of Appeal’s 2013 decision in the Quake Outcasts case, and its implications for property. Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery v Fowler Developments Ltd considered the validity ...
The Four Dimensions of Public Property
The curious untidiness of property & ecosystem services: A hybrid method of measuring place
This paper looks at property and ecosystem services through the empirical lens of their convergence in two well-loved landscapes on New Zealand’s South Island. Ecosystem services are those services provided to society by ...