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Titre : Veterans Entitlements Law (Paperback)
Éditeur : Federation Press, Australia
Date d'édition : 2009
Reliure : Paperback
Etat du livre : New
Edition : 2nd Revised edition.
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This is the first book on veterans' entitlements law in Australia. The only other comprehensive treatment of this topic was the Independent Enquiry into the Repatriation System by the Hon Mr Justice Toose. The Toose report was published in 1975 and is no longer in print and there have been many changes to the system since then. For ease of reference, the material is arranged in the order in which it appears in the principal legislation - the Veterans' Entitlements Act 1986 - and should be read in conjunction with that Act. Here then, for the first time, is the law for Australian veterans, compiled by Robin Creyke, a senior academic at the ANU and consultant to Phillips Fox, Solicitors, who has been Veterans' Affairs editor for Butterworths since 1985, and Peter Sutherland, an editor and co-author of the major comparable texts on social security law workers' compensation law.Review:
The book is written in annotation style rather than thematically. Specifically the book offers detailed annotations of the Veterans Entitlements Act 1986. The discussion, however, is extensive - the book has over 600 pages including case tables and appendices. The authors provide useful explanations from a legal perspective, with in-depth consideration of legislative background, including explanatory memoranda; discussion of case law; and cross-referencing throughout the Act. The topic facilitates the approach taken by the authors in that the Act is divided into parts containing discrete topics. The discussion of cases is helpful, in that facts of precedent cases are outlined and judgments strategically quoted. The presentation of precedent material is valuable when advising veterans, particularly as many of the relevant legal principles derive from administrative tribunals, often difficult to access. ... The text is well written and clearly expressed, and illustrations and graphics depicting individual veterans bring a sense of relevance and humanity not common to legal books. - Proctor (Queensland Law Society), July 2001
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