State Responsibility

The State is the level of government with primary responsibility for the environment. In this role, the State Parliament has passed many dozens of laws that affect the environment. Some of the more important include the:

These laws are administered by a number of different State departments and agencies including:

The laws listed above are dealt with elsewhere in this chapter and other parts of the Law Handbook.

State Responsibility  :  Last Revised: Tue Oct 28th 2014
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