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The laws of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate

Solomon Islands.

The laws of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate

containing the King"s regulations and subsidiary legislation thereunder enacted on or before the 1st day of January, 1948.

by Solomon Islands.

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Published by F. Stansfield, govt. printer in Suva, Fiji .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law -- Solomon Islands.,
  • Delegated legislation -- Solomon Islands.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. Kaneohe, HI : Law Library Microform Consortium, 1997. 13 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm

    Other titlesLaws of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate (1948)
    SeriesCommon law abroad -- no. 97-579
    ContributionsThomson, James Beveridge., Bryce, Gordon, Sir.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 v. (xxviii, 1041 p.)
    Number of Pages1041
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20250344M

    Solomon Islands, independent Commonwealth nation ( est. pop. ,), c, sq mi (40, sq km), SW Pacific, E of New Guinea. The islands that constitute the nation of th. customary land tenure in the british solomon islands protectorate Download customary land tenure in the british solomon islands protectorate or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get customary land tenure in the british solomon islands protectorate book now. This site is like a.

    Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Customary Land Tenure in the British Solomon Islands Protectorate". Tulagi was the capital of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate between and The British withdrawal from the island during the Pacific War, its capture by the Japanese and the American reconquest left the island’s facilities damaged beyond repair. After the war, Britain moved the capital to the American military base on Guadalcanal, which became Honiara.

    The last British protectorate proper was Solomon Islands, which gained independence in ; the last British protected state was Brunei, which gained full independence in Other cases include: Americas. Barbados (–) (as a proprietary colony under . The general rule, to which there were exceptions, was that the senior British official in a Protectorate, such as the Solomon Islands, was the Resident Commissioner. In a Protected State, such as Brunei, he was the British Resident. The first flag of the Solomon Islands is misleading. It had letters BR, but was the flag of the Resident.


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British Solomon Islands Protectorate, – During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, European colonial powers began to partition the Pacific Islands into settler colonies, Crown colonies and Protectorates, claiming control over indigenous societies.

The British Solomon Islands Protectorate: Colonialism without capital Thurston made a visit of inspection to Tonga, Samoa and the Gilbert Islands in on the corvette HMS Rapid. On 17 September, Wilfred Collet, Secretary to the High Commissioner, formally announced that File Size: 2MB.

British Solomon Islands Protectorate. H.M. Stationery Office, - Solomon Islands. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. PART. 7: Chapter Population.

Information Services. Laws of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate Ordinances of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate enacted during the year together with the Legal supplement (British Solomon Islands).

Untilthe Resident Commissioner was the sole local authority, although he was always answerable to the High Commissioner and ultimately to the British Colonial Office. The High Commissioner made laws in the form of Queen's and then King's Regulations under powers conferred by the Pacific Order in Council This Constitution is the supreme law of Solomon Islands and if any other law is inconsistent with this Constitution, that other law shall, to the extent of the inconsistency, be void.

PDF generated: 14 AprSolomon Islands (rev. ) Page 3File Size: KB. Chronological Index of the Revised Laws of Solomon Islands THE REVISED LAWS OF SOLOMON ISLANDS. PREPARED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE REVISED EDITION OF THE LAWS ACT, BY. Ranjit Hewagama (Legal Draftsman) (Chairman) Primo Afeau (Attorney-General) John A.

Paul (Secretary) John Hauirae (Principal Asst. Legal Draftsman). Laws of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate End date: 31/12/ 3 vols. Published by the High Commissioner for the Western Pacific Laws of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate End date: 31/12/ 6 vols.

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Laws of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate End date: 31/12/ 3 vols. Published by the High Commissioner for the Western Pacific. Laws of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate End date: 31/12/ 6 vols.

Published by the Govt. Storekeeper, British Solomon Islands Protectorate (). In a book in the making he discusses kastom, particularly with regard to Kwaio women.

As regards the book under review, Akin documents the historical background of Maasina Rule in its first four chapters. The British Solomon Islands Protectorate appears here as a model backwater: under-administered, under-staffed and economically under-developed.

The laws of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate, containing the ordinances and subsidiary legislation thereunder enacted on or before the 31st day of December, Field work in the British Solomon Islands for for W. Davenport was supported by National Institute of Mental Health research grant MH/02 and for G.

f oker in by research grants from the University Museum and Department of Anthropology of the University of Pennsylvania. The laws of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate; containing the ordinances and subsidiary legislation thereunder in force on the 31st December, The Solomon Islands were discovered in by Alvaro de Mendana, on a voyage of discovery from Peru ; years passed before European contact was again made with the Solomons.

The British Solomon Islands Protectorate lies within the area 5° to 12° 30’ S. lat. and ° 30’ to ° 45’ E. by: 4. British Solomon Islands Protectorate (ed.), British Solomon Islands Protectorate News Sheet (NS), Details; Journal Articles.

Allan, Colin H., 'Local Government and Political Consciousness in the British Solomon Islands', Journal of African Administration, vol. 12,pp. Details. Formerly a British Protectorate, Solomon Islands achieved independence and joined the British Commonwealth in Since before independence, disputes over customary land have been settled according to the principles of customary law The Constitution adopted in Author: Craig Corona.

Solomon Islands is a constitutional monarchy, with the British monarch, represented by a governor-general, serving as the formal head of state. Still, the country, a member of the Commonwealth, is independent, and the governor-general is appointed on the advice of the unicameral National Parliament.

After Rabaul was occupied by Japanese troops on 23 Januarythe islands of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate to the south-east were the next target for conquest by the mighty Japanese Empire.

The tide of Japan’s expansion in the Pacific reached Faisi and the Shortland Islands in the northern Solomons on 31 March 3 “Connection with Solomon Islands”.

U.K. (1) A person has a connection with the Solomon Islands protectorate if he or his father— (a) was born in Solomon Islands; or (b) became a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by virtue of a certificate of naturalisation granted, or registration effected, at a time when he was resident in Solomon Islands.

CUSTOMARY LAND IN SOLOMON ISLANDS: A VICTIM OF LEGAL PLURALISM village for work, education and marriage.6 In the customary sphere, the desire of more urbanised members of society to individualise land holding, together with competing claims to valuable resources, have threatened traditional authority.From inside the book.

What people are saying - Write a review. Report on the British Solomon Islands palm operating Ordinance organised overseas Papua New Guinea plantation planting Polynesian population production programme projects Protectorate Reef registered Rennell Rennell and Bellona revenue roads rural Russell Islands San.Colonialism, Maasina Rule, and the Origins of Malaitan Kastom David W.

Akin the British Protectorate government had established its administrative struc-tures and imposed colonial rule. In the s, in order to help finance the In Solomon Islands, the war marked a break in British colo-nial rule.

Most of the British colonial File Size: 6MB.