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  1. Elements of Thai civil law

    Stasi, Alessandro
    Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 2016.

    Elements of Thai Civil Law is meant to serve as an introduction to the study of legal concepts and legal principles that apply to Thai civil law. It is designed to provide a concise and systematic overview of the norms regulating legal relationships between private persons in a clear and straightforward style that is understandable to readers unused to legal phraseology. Each chapter gives a detailed analysis of a particular area of Thai civil law as well as numerous examples of the main issues encountered in a legal practice. Subject coverage includes: the law of obligations, property law, family law and succession.

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  2. Elements of Thai civil law

    Stasi, Alessandro
    Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2016]

    Elements of Thai Civil Law is meant to serve as an introduction to the study of legal concepts and legal principles that apply to Thai civil law. It is designed to provide a concise and systematic overview of the norms regulating legal relationships between private persons in a clear and straightforward style that is understandable to readers unused to legal phraseology. Each chapter gives a detailed analysis of a particular area of Thai civil law as well as numerous examples of the main issues encountered in a legal practice. Subject coverage includes: the law of obligations, property law, family law and succession.

  3. Biotechnology law and policy : emerging legal issues, cases and materials

    Stasi, Alessandro
    Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, an imprint of Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd, [2023]

    "This book covers an extensive range of issues raised by biotechnological advancements from a regulatory perspective. Written in a clear and readable style, its main objective is to give readers an idea of the relationship between biotechnology and law. Biotechnology advancements and their ethical, moral, economic, and social implications in different fields and the consequential normative demands on the law are crucial to this book. The chapters cover a multitude of themes and some of the most important legal issues arising in relation to biotechnology, including the historical development of a legal framework sufficient to protect public safety, the current biotechnology regulatory system, and the rules directing the primary agencies that regulate the products of biotechnology, namely the US Food and Drug Administration, the US Department of Agriculture, and the US Environmental Protection Agency, patents and IP rights in biotechnology, the regulation of human genome editing and its impact on health research, law and emerging genome editing technologies from recombinant DNA to CRISPR/Cas9, the development of legal principles to protect property rights in the human body and allow the efficient use of human tissue, organs, DNA, and cell-lines in medical research, and legal issues arising from the use of genetic engineered plants and animals. Presenting arguments that have been drawn from careful examination of various international documents and decisions made by legal institutions and judicial bodies, this book would be a valuable read for practitioners as well as academics of biotechnology law." --

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