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German Environment

Horst Schlemmingar(Autor*in)
Kluwer Law International (Verlag)
1. Auflage
Erschienen am 29. März 1996
784 Seiten
978-90-6544-832-3 (ISBN)
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This book provides a description of German environmental law and provides the statutory texts in both the original German language and an English translation. It informs the reader of practice related problems and helps to overcome the language barriers.

<p class=copymedium>The book is meant for all those involved with decisions concerning the environment in a legal context. Neither environmental pollution nor the protection of the environment stop at individual national borders. Many international business organisations operating in Germany have to take the protection of the environment into account in their investment decisions.

<p class=copymedium>Foreign countries have a particular interest in German environmental law which, in an international context, is of a very high standard. This book emphasises those areas where German environmental law has special practical effects.
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<ol class=copymedium><li class=copymedium>Introduction<li class=copymedium>Legal Bases and Principles. A. Anchoring in Consitutional Law. B. Stipulations Imposed by the Law of the European Union (in particular the Treaty of Maastricht). C. International Agreements. D. Characteristics and Structures of Environmental Law. E. Fundamental Principles of Environmental Law. F. Instruments of Controlling Conduct<li class=copymedium>Regulation of Environmentally Relevant Activities. A. General Discussion of Licensing Procedures and the Protection of Vested Rights. B. Immission Control Law. C. The Law on Hazardous Substances. D. Waste Law. E> Water Law. F. Nature Protection and the Conxservation of Landscapes<li class=copymedium>The Responsibility for Residual Pollution. A. Definition. B. Catalogue of the Residual Pollution Risk. C. Public Law Responsibility for Residual Pollution. D. Avoiding Being Called to Account by a Public Authority. E. Civil Law Responsibility for Residual Pollution. F. Insurability of the Risk of Residual Pollution. G. The Tax Relevance of Residual Pollution. H. Residual Pollution and Criminal Law. I. Special Characteristics in the New Federal States<li class=copymedium>Instruments of Civil Law (Environmental Private Law). A. Overview of the Legal Bases. B. General Law of Torts. C. The New Environmental Liability Act (UHG). D. § 22 of the Water Resources Act (WHG). E. Private Neighbour Law<li class=copymedium>Insurability of Environmental Liability. A. Introduction. B. Insurability of Environmental Liability (`Old Model'). C. Insurability of Environmental Liability in Accordance with the New Environmental Liability Model. D. Concluding Remark/Summary<li class=copymedium>Environmental Law Litigation. A. General. B. Legal Protection with the Aim of Securing a Licence. C. Rescission of Decisions of Public Authorities. D. Interlocutory Legal Protection. E. Disputes Arising out of a Public Law Contract. F. Judicial Proceedings Reviewing Constitutionality. G. Environmental Law and the Civil Courts. H. The Role of the Special Expert<li class=copymedium>Environmental Criminal Law. A. Introduction. B. Recent Developments in Environmental Criminal Law and Regulatory Offences Law. C. Basic Concepts of Environmental Criminal Law. D. Overview of the Most Important Spheres of Regulation. E. Responsibility within Enterprises under Criminal Law and Regulatory Offences Law. F. Legal Consequences. G. The Preliminary Investigation by the Penal Execution Authorities or Administrative Authorities Aimed at Members of an Enterprise<li class=copymedium> Environmental Levies. A. Introduction. B. Concept and Normative Classification. C. Purpose of an Environmental Levy. D. FActs and Circumstances where a Levy is Payable. E. Amounts of Levies. F. Environmental levies and European Community Law<li class=copymedium> Environmental Law and Contract. A. General. B. Private Law Contracts. C. Public Law Contracts<li class=copymedium> Statutory Texts (bilingual)</ol>