An Introduction to Animal Law - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780121880309, 9780080984391

An Introduction to Animal Law

1st Edition

Authors: Cooper
eBook ISBN: 9780080984391
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 3rd December 1987
Page Count: 110
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Description

Legislation relating to animals has ancient origins and in many civilizations certain species have held particular significance, be it religious, cultural, nutritional, or sporting. As a general rule, the law was primarily concerned with animals as property, rather than in need of protection, until the 19th century. Since the 1970s animal law has proved to be a growth area in the production and enforcement of both national and international legislation. This has been particularly so in the areas of conservation and welfare and there has been extensive legal and philosophical consideration of the status of animals. This book is not intended to be a standard text, but rather a handbook in the true sense, a guide for the lay person--namely, to help the non-lawyer to understand the basic concepts of animal law and to provide the lawyer (who is the lay person in the world of animal science) with an introduction to relevant concepts and literature which are not normally found in the conventional legal texts.

Readership

Veterinary scientists and surgeons, research biologists, agriculturists, and others working with domesticated or wild animals.

Table of Contents

Table of Statutes. Table of Statutory Instruments. Table of Other Legislation. Table of Cases. Table of Abbreviations. Animal Law: An Introduction. Responsibility for Animals. Welfare Legislation. Animals Used for Scientific Purposes. Animal Health. Treatment and Care of Animals. Conservation. Health and Safety. Foreign and International Legislation Relating to Animals. Appendixes. Index.

Details

No. of pages:
110
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1988
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780080984391

About the Author

Reviews

@qu:"Margaret Cooper has written an exceptionally useful guide to the various laws involving animals. It will be used by many of us as an authoritative and very practical guide to the law and animals." @source:--RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBlICATIONS @qu:"An Introduction to Animal Law is a useful and very readable reference book which will be of interest and value to anyone working with animals or with legislation to protect them." @source:--NEW SCIENTIST @qu:"It will be used by many of us as an authoritative and very practical guide to the law and animals." @source:--IBIS