Aboriginal Property Rights, Aquaculture Policy, First Nations Management, Future Legal Issues
This chapter discusses the potential impact of aboriginal property rights on the development of aquaculture policy by considering whether such rights could provide a basis for First Nation peoples to participate in aquaculture or to manage the participation of others in this industry. The purpose of the chapter is to describe the relevant law as it now stands, to identify issues that have not yet been decided and to consider how the courts might approach such issues in the future.
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Diana Ginn, "The Potential Impact of Aboriginal Title on Aquaculture Policy" in David VanderZwaag & Gloria Chao, eds, Aquaculture Law and Policy : Towards Principled Access and Operations (New York: Routledge, 2006) 271.
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