Agricultural Dispute in UK Law

  • Displacing the Conflict: Environmental Destruction in Bangladesh and Ethnic Conflict in India
    • No. 33-2, May 1996
    • Journal of Peace Research
    • 0000
    Recently, a substantial amount of research has been devoted to establishing that environmental destruction itself may be the cause of conflict. Conflicts may arise directly due to scarcity of resou...
  • Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 Notices
    • Part 2. Notices, precedents and forms
    • Agricultural Tenancies - 3rd edition
    • Nigel Davis
    • 161-175
    ... ... I propose to apply to the President of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors for the appointment of an arbitrator by him to settle the dispute specified below unless within two months from the service of this notice you and I have appointed an arbitrator by agreement ... NATURE OF DISPUTE ... ...
  • Preliminary Sections
    • Preliminary Sections
    • Agricultural Tenancies - 3rd edition
    • Nigel Davis
    • 1-13
    ...Agricultural Tenancies ... 3rd edition ... Agricultural Tenancies ... 3rd ... 33 3.5.13 Compensation where the reversion is severed 33 3.6 Dispute resolution 34 ... Contents ix ... 3.6.1 Arbitration 34 3.6.2 Resolution ... ...
  • Index
    • Appendix
    • Partnership and LLP Law - 2nd edition
    • Elspeth Berry
    • 235-248
    ... ... 177 advantages/disadvantages 174 general/limited partnerships agricultural floating charges 167– ... 8 applications to court 169–70 appointment ... receiverships 167 Agricultural relief 206–7 Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) ... 113–14 Annuities 16, 204 Arbitration 26, 84, 114, ... ...
  • Index
    • Part 2. Notices, precedents and forms
    • Agricultural Tenancies - 3rd edition
    • Nigel Davis
    • 251-266
    ... ... 1986 Act tenancies see Agricultural Holdings Act 1986, tenancies under 1995 Act tenancies see Farm ... 52 FBTs 18 Acreage see Area of holdings ADR (alternative dispute resolution) 76–77 Agents, signature by and service on ... 36, 38, ... ...
  • Drowning Protection in the Multilateral Bath: WTO Judicialisation and European Agriculture in the Doha Round
    • No. 12-4, November 2010
    • British Journal of Politics and International Relations
    • 0000
    The existing literature on the EU's participation in the agricultural negotiations of the Doha Round assumes that EU policy-makers develop autonomous preferences in favour of liberalising agricultu...
    ... ...  literature on the EU’s participation in the agricultural negotiations of the Doha Round ...  WTO in 1995, the GATT’s model of political-diplomatic dispute ... ...
  • Legalization in context: The design of the WTO’s dispute settlement system
    • No. 19-2, May 2017
    • British Journal of Politics and International Relations
    • 0000
    This article asks why the dispute settlement provisions of the multilateral trading system underwent significant reforms during the negotiations that led to the creation of the World Trade Organiza...
    ... ... system, not least because the negotiators were concerned that more stringent dispute settlement rules would be difficult for the agricultural support ... 312 The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 19(2)system.32 This concern was reflected throughout the negotiations ... ...
  • TRANSITION OR TRANSFORMATION? ‐ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY UNDER THATCHER
    • No. 65-3, September 1987
    • Public Administration
    The degree of fundamental change or continuity in environmental policy under the Thatcher governments since 1979 is explored in terms of three functional areas of policy‐making. The impact of Thatc...
    ... ... policy has had to respond to the changing agricultural economy. In the early years the threat to the countryside posed by ... in the Tory heartlands engendered the much-publicized dispute between agricultural and environmental ministers over rural ... ...
  • Double Agents, Discrimination, Duress and Doha: A Review of Trade and Human Rights since the China – Publications and Audiovisuals Decision
    • No. , September 2011
    • African Journal of International and Comparative Law
    • 283-306
    ... INTRODUCTION ... In January 2010, the first decision of the dispute settlement system of the World Trade Organization (WTO) dealing with ... , patent rights over living organisms, migrant workers, agricultural subsidies and government procurement. The central purpose of WTO law is to ... ...
  • Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 Tenancies
    • Part 1. Legal background, definitions and relevant law
    • Agricultural Tenancies - 3rd edition
    • Nigel Davis
    • 51-77
    ... ... Any dispute is settled by arbitration ... 5.6 CULTIVATION OF THE LAND ... Underpinning the agricultural holdings legislation is the concept of good ... ...
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