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CASE LAW: AUSTRALIA

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  • Walker v Minister for Planning [2007] NSWLEC 741.

CASE LAW: UNITED KINGDOM

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  • Bartlett v Barclays Bank Trust Co Ltd [1980] Ch 515.
  • Bristol & West Building Society v Mothew [1998] Ch 1.
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  • Keech v Sandford (1726) 25 ER 223.
  • Learoyd v Whitely (1887) 12 AC 727.
  • Martin v City of Edinburgh District Council [1988] SLT 329.
  • Pickwell v Camden London Borough Council [1983] QB 962.
  • Re Northcliffe [1925] Ch 651.
  • Re Whiteley, Whiteley v Learoyd (1886) 33 ChD 347.
  • Roberts v Hopwood [1925] AC 578.
  • Speight v Gaunt (1883) 9 App Cas 1.

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CASE LAW: UNITED STATES

  • Bd. of Tr. Employee Ret. Sys. City of Baltimore v City of Baltimore 317 Md. 72 (1989).
  • Blankenship v Boyle, 329 F. Supp. 1089 (D.D.C. 1971).
  • Board of Trustees v Mayor of Baltimore City 317 Md. 72, 562 A.2d 720 (1989).
  • Burnet v Coronado Oil & Gas Co., 285 U.S. 393, 52 S. Ct. 443, 76 L. Ed. 815 [1932].
  • Harvard College v Amory 26 Mass. (9 Pick.) (1830).
  • King v Talbot 40 N.Y. 76 (1869).
  • Meinhard v Salmon 164 N.E. 545 (N.Y. 1928) (US).
  • Univ. of Oregon v Oregon Inv. Council 82 Or. App. 145 (1987), 728 P.2d 30.
  • Withers v Teachers’ Ret. Sys. of City of N.Y., 447 F. Supp. 1248 (S.D.N.Y. 1978).

CASE LAW: INTERNATIONAL & OTHER

  • Case concerning the Gabcikovo-Nagymaros Project (Hungary/Slovakia) 37 ILM (1998) 162 (ICJ).
  • Jagannath v Union of India (1999) 2 S.C.C. 87 (India).
  • Oposa v Factoran, 224 SCRA 792 (1993) (Philippines).
  • Request for an Examination of the Situation in Accordance with Paragraph 63 of the Court’s Judgment of 20 December 1974 in the Nuclear Tests Case (N.Z. v Fr.) (1995) I.C.J. 288 (Sept. 22).
  • W.P. no. 278 (1996) (Bangladesh).
  • W.P. no. 300 (1995) (Bangladesh).

LEGISLATION: AUSTRALIA

  • CONSTITUTION OF AUSTRALIA.
  • Environment Protection Act (1970) (VIC).
  • Environmental Protection Act (1986) (Cth).
  • Future Fund Act (2006) (Cth).
  • Intergovernmental Agreement on the Environment (1992) (Cth).
  • Land and Environment Court Act (1979) (NSW).
  • Land and Environment Court Act (1979) (NSW).
  • National Environment Protection Council Act (1994) (NT).
  • National Environment Protection Council Act (1994) (QLD).
  • National Environment Protection Council Act (1995) (SA).
  • National Environmental Protection Council Act (1994) (Cth).
  • Planning and Development Act (2007) (ACT).
  • Protection of the Environment Administration Act (1991) (NSW).
  • Water Act (2007) (Cth).

LEGISLATION: UNITED KINGDOM

  • Bubble Act (1719) (England).
  • Combined Code on Corporate Governance (2003) (UK).
  • Companies Act (2006) (UK).
  • Judicature Acts (1873) (UK).
  • Law of Property (Amendment Act) (1859) (England).
  • Metropolis Management Act (1855) (UK).
  • Occupational Pension Schemes (Investment) Regulations (2005) (UK).
  • Pensions Act (1995) (UK).
  • Trust Investment Act (1889) (England).
  • Trustee Act (1925) (England & Wales).
  • Trustee Act (2000) (England & Wales).
  • Trustee Investment Act (1961) (England & Wales).

LEGISLATION: UNITED STATES

  • Employee Retirement Income Security Act, 29 USC (1974) (US).
  • RESTATEMENT (THIRD) OF TRUSTS (1992) (US).
  • Uniform Prudent Investor Act (US).

INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS

  • Convention on Climate Change, 31 ILM 818 (1992).
  • Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, 31 ILM 874 (1992)

 

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