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Aviation Law is New Zealand’s only comprehensive aviation law resource.
Available in looseleaf and online this product provides authoritative coverage of all relevant legislation and case law, Aviation Law is the most complete source of commentary on Civil Aviation prosecutions in New Zealand. It also includes commentary and review of the Civil Aviation Rules as they are introduced.
Aviation Law provides detailed coverage of the law relating to New Zealand’s aviation industry. This ranges from the entry requirements for operators, to the regulation of airports and safety and criminal issues.
It also includes information on the establishment, role and duties of the Civil Aviation Authority, Accident Investigation Commission and industry participants. The regulation of transport and passenger services internationally and domestically is also covered.
Section-by-section analysis of the Civil Aviation Act 1990 and other important legislation makes this the key New Zealand work on aviation law. It will be useful to any law firm with clients working in the civil aviation industry, airports and local authorities administering airports, and air service providers.
Aviation Law was first published in February 1996 and was originally authored by the late Judge Philip J Evans, a District Court Judge from 1990 to 1997 and a barrister and solicitor in practice from 1971 to 1990.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Civil Aviation
- Civil Aviation Act 1990 and commentary
- Civil Aviation Regulations and commentary
- Guide to the Civil Aviation Rules
Chapter 2: Airports
- Airport Authorities Act 1966 and commentary
- Regulations made pursuant to Airport Authorities Act 1966 and commentary
- Airport Bylaws Approval Orders (including full text of all by-laws for individual airports)
Chapter 3: Accidents Investigation
- Transport Accidents Investigation Commission Act 1990 and commentary
Chapter 4: Crimes
- Aviation Crimes Act 1972 and commentary
Tables of Statutes and Regulations and Cases
A one off book and contents charge will apply for initial set up which covers the cost of the binder(s) and all current looseleaf content to date. All monthly or annual subscription pricing includes all updates issued during the applicable subscription duration.
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