South Pacific Islands Legal Systems

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University of Hawaii Press, 1993 - Law - 660 pages
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The book provides an overview of the laws, legal structures, and governmental institutions of each of the states and territories of the South and Central Pacific. The first part includes those nations whose constitutional systems approximate to a Westminster concept of cabinet government. The second part includes those states and territories whose constitutional arrangements exhibit closer ties to the American presidential model, with its emphasis on the separation of governmental functions and powers. The third part contains the current French territories.

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