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Animal and Environmental Law


Animal Law is the combination of statutory and case law in which the nature - legal, social or biological - of nonhuman animals is an important factor. It covers companion animals, wildlife, and animals used in entertainment, and raised for food.

Environmental Law is the collective body of rules and regulations, orders and statues, constraints and allowances that are all concerned with the maintenance and protection of the natural environment of a country. 

ANIMAL LAW AND STATE RESOURCES

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

 

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