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Modern First Nations Legislation Annotated, 2019 Edition

Auteur(s) :
Beynon, Andrew; Bouchard, Jeremy; Chambers, Tony; Jacques, Karl; Ouchterlony, Andrew
Éditeur :
LexisNexis
Année :
2018
Nombre de pages :
998
Type de reliure :
Softcover
ISBN :
978-0-433-49959-6
Prix :
106,00 $
Format :
Papier

 

Présentation

The Definitive Resource on First Nations Legislation

If you want to give solid legal advice to First Nations or make effective leadership decisions, you need the most up-to-date information on First Nations law in Canada. Modern First Nations Legislation Annotated, 2019 Edition is the only complete collection of the most recent legislation affecting First Nations, their lands, and their institutions.

Features and Benefits

  • "What's New" and "What's Next" – Capturing key recent changes and anticipated developments
  • Introductory commentary for all legislation – Providing an overview on each Act and regulation
  • Section-by-section commentary and annotation – Offering expert interpretation of the section and highlighting key cases on point
  • Full text of all recent First Nations legislation – Have all relevant legislation at your fingertips

Highlights of the 2019 Edition

  • Amendments to the First Nations Elections Act from SOR/2017-190, s. 1; SOR/2017-240, s. 1; SOR/2017-242, s. 1; SOR/2018-30, s. 1;  OR/2018-74, s. 1; SOR/2018-91, s. 1; SOR/2018-93, s. 1; SOR/2018-95, s. 1; SOR/2018-106, s. 1; SOR/2018-154, s. 1; SOR/2018-173, s. 1; SOR/2018-175, s. 1.
  • Amendments to the First Nations Fiscal Management Act from SOR/2018-50.
  • Discussion of key recent decisions
  • Update on plans to dissolve Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) and the intention to create the Department of Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) and the Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC)

Who Should Buy

  • Aboriginal lawyers who need up-to-date information on First Nations governance, reserve land transactions, taxation, and specific claims
  • Aboriginal band administrators, First Nations leaders, councils, negotiators and policy advisors who need guidance on the law that governs their actions
  • Aboriginal economic development officers, land managers and taxation officials who need to understand and comply with the standards set out in the legislation
  • Provincial governments and municipalities who are directly involved in negotiating land claims, municipal service agreements, or regulatory monitoring and enforcement agreements with First Nations
  • Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development officials and other federal officials who must keep current on modern First Nations legislation to meet the Federal Government's constitutional, treaty, political, and legal responsibilities to First Nations
  • Non-Aboriginal residents of reserves who pay property taxes and wish to understand their rights under the new property tax regime for reserve lands

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