LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY OPTIONS FOR ANIMAL WELFARE LAW
FAO LEGISLATIVE STUDY
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LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY
OPTIONS FOR ANIMAL WELFARE LAW

 

by
Jessica Vapnek
Megan Chapman


for the  
Development Law Service - FAO Legal Office




FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2010


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Part I
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    PREFACE

    I INTRODUCTION
    II INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL CONTEXT
    III NATIONAL REGULATION OF ANIMAL WELFARE


Part II
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    IV ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF ANIMAL WELFARE LEGISLATION
    V CONCLUSION


Part III
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    VI REFERENCES


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