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15 Auckland U. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

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Vol 15 2009
Cite as: (2009) 15 Auckland U L Rev 1
Editors' Note
Holding States Accountable for the Crime of Crimes: An Analysis of Direct
State Responsibility for Genocide in Light of the ICJ's 2007 Decision in
Bosnia v Serbia
- Sam Clearwater
Closed-Circuit Television in New Zealand
- Siobhan Cervin                                                     42
De Facto Commercial Relationships: Still Dancing at Arm's Length?
- Antony Holmes                                                      80
The Counterfeit Presentment of Two Britons: Isaac Newton and Currency
Crime in Modem England
- Sam Hiebendaal                                                    112
The Tax Treatment of New Zealand Firms' Offshore Subsidiaries
- Sehj Vather                                                       139
In Defence of Diminished Responsibility: Considering Diminished
Responsibility in the New Zealand Context
- Kitaj Woodward                                                    169
Ko Ngaa Take Ture Maori
Waitangi Tribunal History: Interpretations and Counter-facts
- Jessica Day                                                       205

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