Module 8 National Standards – Building Unit, Condominium and Air Space Surveys (based on National Standards for the Survey of Canada Lands Chapters 7 to 9) presented by Brian Thompson, BCLS, CLS.
This sixth module was presented by Ted McDormant. The module is entitled “Cases & State (Jurisprudence)” and includes the following subjects: North Sea, Anglo-French, Tunisia/Italy, Italy/Yugoslavia, Libya/Malta, Libya/Tunisia, Guinea/Guinea Bissau, Gulf of Maine, Canada/France, NS/Nfld., Australia/Papua New Guinea, Persian/Arabian Gulf, Barbados/Trinidad, Guyana/Suriname, etc. The module will cover parts of Chapter 4 of the book “Canada’s […]
Land is an essential element in the development of economies, cultures, and governments. The manner in which questions of ownership, use, access and authority are resolved can result in conflict or opportunity. Judicial decisions have, over the years, clarified the potential scope of Aboriginal title as well as the obligations placed upon public and First […]
This second module was presented by Tim Janzen, CLS. The module is entitled “Maritime Legal Regimes #1: Legal Basis of Areas of Jurisdiction” and includes the following subjects: International Waters Territorial Seas Contiguous Zone Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ) Continental Shelf High Seas The Area The module will cover part of Chapter 3 of the book […]
This module was presented by Andrew Leyzack, CLS. The module is entitled “Maritime International Law Pre-UNCLOS” and includes the following subjects: Background to International Law of the Sea Historical Development to International Law of the Sea to 1945 Historical Development to International Law of the Sea from 1945 The module covers Chapter 2 of the […]