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The freehold option
(Lincoln College, 1989-06)
Whereas the advantages of freehold are accepted for the rest of New Zealand, the same cannot be said of the High Country. Its multiple uses and sensitive nature are thought to require government's directing hand, with ...
Cleaning up the game of Canada goose management
(Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1989-07)
The game of Canada goose management is a complex issue, on one side, the hunters; on the other, the farmers. Government takes the field as referee. However, this referee is like no other. This referee takes sides. Sometimes ...
Property rights and land management
(Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1988-05)
This paper critically examines existing land use planning statutes and proposes major reform. It argues that land use planning statutes serve a valuable function in providing for the clearer definition of property ...