9 Waikato L. Rev. [i] (2001)

handle is hein.journals/waik9 and id is 1 raw text is: WAIKATO LAW REVIEW
TAUMAURI
VOLUME 9                                                    2001
CONTENTS
Some Human Rights Issues      Hon Dame Silvia Cartwright       1
Conditional Gifts and Freedom of Testation: Time for a Review?
Noel Cox                        24
Great Elucidations: The Interpretation of Revenue Statutes in New Zealand
Thomas Gibbons                  63
No Rights Without Responsibilities? Third Way and Global Human Rights
Perspectives on Citizenship   Paul Havemann                   75
The Extensive Powers of the Commissioner of Inland Revenue in Assessing
and Collecting Tax Debts     Joel Manyam                      91
Henry Greathead Rex Mason QC CMG: An Outstanding Law Reformer
Derek Round                     131
Close Corporations in South Africa: A Viable Option for New Zealand
Small Business Corporate Law? Michael Spisto and Helen Samujh  153
EEO for MaoriWomen in Maori Organisations
Linda Te Aho                   187
Reading Hate Speech from the Bottom in Aotearoa: Subjectivity, Empathy,
Cultural Difference           Catherine Lane West-Newman     231
Waikato Law School's Bicultural Vision - Anei Te Huarahi Hei Wero I A
Tatou Katoa                   Leah Whiu                      265
Book Reviews                  Joel Manyam, Brenda Midson,
Stephanie Milroy, Sue Tappenden 293
The McCaw Lewis Chapman Advocacy Contest
Anton Usher                    315

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