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Les droits de la nature et la personnalité juridique des entités naturelles: un commun qui s'ignore?

Abstract : In various doctrines and developments around the world, various “rights of nature” have been incorporated into the constitutions of several countries or international non binding agreements while legal recognition of nature or natural entities as having legal personality can be seen as emerging. A growing number of theories are also seeking how to represent the “Nature” or natural world. As the main issue was the property of a river and a park, to recognize these entities as legal person as it was done in New Zealand, makes a complex form of a common (or a sort of).
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Pierre Brunet. Les droits de la nature et la personnalité juridique des entités naturelles: un commun qui s'ignore?. Journal of Constitutional History - Giornale di Storia Costituzionale, università di macerata, 2019, Costituzione e mutamento. Crisi delle istituzioni rappresentative e nuove sfide della democrazia / Constitution and Change. Crisis of representative Institutions and new Challenges of Democracy, 2/2019 (38), pp.39-53. ⟨hal-02396201⟩

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