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Mark J. Sundahl
This book explains the application of the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment to space assets, The Cape Town Convention, in a manner that is useful to lawyers engaged in satellite finance and to academics who desire to understand this treaty.
Edited by Ray Purdy and Denise Leung
Evidence from Earth Observation Satellites is an edited collection analysing emerging legal issues surrounding the use of satellite data as evidence. It considers whether data from satellite technologies can be a legally reliable, effective evidential tool in contemporary legal systems.
Edited by Frans G. von der Dunk
The book deals with the main themes in implementing international space law vis-à-vis private enterprise theme by theme, with a specific focus on Europe in view of the complicating roles of ESA and the European Union in this context.
This book documents the latest research relating to the legal aspects of satellite remote sensing, which is still largely unregulated, and identifies shortcomings in the current legal regime before proposing improvements needed for its full utilisation.
While decades of space ventures have led to significant technological advances, space activities have also brought increasing environmental problems. This book examines the current international legal regimes in space law and environmental law in order to ascertain their applicability and ...
Gérardine Meishan Goh
Drawing on lessons learned in international law, juridical dispute settlement, entrepeneural efficiency, science and technology and space policy, this book offers a comprehensive insight into dispute settlement and proposes a workable and enforceable framework for dispute settlement concerning ...
Edited by F.G. von der Dunk and M.M.T.A. Brus
The present book offers the first overview of applicable law and regulation which is not merely superficial, as well as some directions for future legislative and regulatory developments, written by a number of highly reputed experts in space law.
Paul B. Larsen, Joseph Sweeney and John Gillick
The flying public, airlines, and governments will all agree on one date that changed commercial flying: that was September 11, 2001. The first edition of Aviation Law: Cases, Laws and Related Sources, described early consequences of that event, particularly compensation of victims and early ...
Paul B. Larsen, John Gillick, and Joseph C. Sweeney
R. I. R. Abeyratne
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