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Tax and Regulatory Avoidance Through Non-traditional Alternatives to Tax Havens
To combat corporate regulation, and the burden of taxation, corporations and individuals attempted to avoid or minimise the effects of both. This was particularly so with respect to taxation. ThereExpand
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The Control of Advice to the Crown and the Development of Executive Independence in New Zealand
In the absence of a widespread political and legal consensus about the sources of legislative authority, the traditional Diceyan view of parliamentary sovereignty perhaps fails to adequately explainExpand
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The Compliance costs of the Kiwisaver Scheme
Cox, N., Yong, S. (2008). The Compliance costs of the Kiwisaver Scheme. In: Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand/International Association for Accounting Education andExpand
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The Theory of Sovereignty and the Importance of the Crown in the Realms of The Queen
  • N. Cox
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • 2002
As a general rule, in those countries which acknowledge Elizabeth II as Queen, the legal and political entity known as the Crown is legally important because it holds the conceptual place held by theExpand
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The Acquisition of Sovereignty by Quasi-States: The Case of the Order of Malta
The Sovereign Military Order of St John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta, also known as the Order of Malta, the Order of St John of Jerusalem, or simply the Hospitallers, is a uniqueExpand
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The Extraterritorial Enforcement of Consumer Legislation and the Challenge of the Internet
Perhaps more than any other business activity, electronic commerce requires a balanced approach to co-regulation. Whether consumers are purchasing from a trader based locally or overseas through theExpand
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Dispensation, Privileges, and the Conferment of Graduate Status: With Special Reference to Lambeth Degrees
Since 1533 archbishops of Canterbury have conferred academic degrees by virtue of the power invested in them by the Ecclesiastical Licences Act 1533-1534, also known as the Peter's Pence Act. LegallyExpand
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Copyright in Statutes, Regulations, and Judicial Decisions in Common Law Jurisdictions: Public Ownership or Commercial Enterprise?
Before the 1980s, the ownership and publication of legislation and regulations in New Zealand were governed by common law rules and by the Regulations Act 1936. Briefly, the Crown owned copyright inExpand
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Stewardship in the Bible and its implications for the management of religious bodies
Cox, N. (2009). Stewardship in the Bible and its implications for the management of religious bodies. Paper presented at Australia and New Zealand Law and History Society Annual Conference,Expand
The Effect of the Advent of the Mixed-Member Proportional Voting System Upon the Role of the Governor-General of New Zealand
  • N. Cox
  • Sociology, Economics
  • 7 August 2003
The Governor-General can be said to have three principal roles, constitutional, ceremonial, and community leadership. Of these, though it is the first which has been the subject of the most intensiveExpand