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East Timor Legal New now on East Timor Law and Justice Bulletin

East Timor legal news continues on in the East Timor Law and Justice Bulletin. ETLJB covers the period from 2008 to the present. The archive and ETLB span almost a decade. It is by no means a comprehensive archive of legal news from East Timor but does cover many subjects and sources that have been of critical importance in the development of East Timor's legal culture since the catastrophic disintegration of the rule of law in 2006. Relates sources are East Timor Law Journal, East Timor Land Studies and United Nations Police in East Timor Security Reports for the period 2006-2008.

East Timor Law Journal


1. The Rule of Law: Theoretical, Cultural and Legal Challenges for Timor-Leste

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2009


2008

1. Justice for Serious Crimes Committed during 1999 in Timor-Leste: Where to From Here?
2. Joint Command for PNTL and F-FDTL Undermines Rule of Law and Security Sector Reform in Timor-Leste
3. Criminal Justice in East Timor and the Constitution of East Timor
4. Commentary on the Draft Arms Law in Timor-Leste
5. Deleted
2007

1. The Law on Political Parties (No 3/2004) and the Decision of the Timor-Leste Court of Appeal in the case of Vitor da Costa and Ors v Fretilin
2. Ethnicity, Violence and Land and Property Disputes in Timor-Leste
3. East Timor: Reconciliation and Reconstruction
4. Legal opinion on the appointment of the Prime Minister and the formation of Government in Timor-Leste
5. A legal opinion on the Formation of an Unconstitutional Government in Timor-Leste
6. Commission for Truth Friendship East Timor Competing Concepts of Justice
7. 25th of May 2006 Massacre and War Crimes in Timor-Leste

2006

1. Some Land Tenure Issues in Post-Conflict East Timor
2. Extradition from Indonesia to East Timor and the Serious Crimes Process in East Timor 1999 - 2005
3. East Timor: Internal Security, States of Seige and Emergency: A Note on the Constitutional Provisions and the Internal Security Law 2003
4. East Timor: The Constitutional Process Governing the Dismissal of the Government
5. Guidelines for Preparation of Outgoing Requests by East Timor for International Judicial Assisstance - Extradition Requests and Letters Rogatory - A Practice Manual
6. Roles of the President and the Prime Minister in the Current Constitutional Crisis in East Timor
7. Institutions and the East Timorese Experience
8. An Early Warning System for Timor-Leste: A Framework Concept of the Need and Possibility of an Early Warning System for the Timorese People

2005

1. The Timor-Leste Maritime Boundaries Case
2. Deleted
3. On the occasion of the International Conference on Traditional Dispute Resolution and Traditional Justice in Timor-Leste
4. General Facts on the Timor Sea and Facts on the Negotiations on a Permanent Maritime Boundary between Timor-Leste and Australia
5. Deleted
6. Morality, Religion and the Law: Abortion and Prosititution in East Timor

2004

1. A Note on Land Rights in East Timor (Indonesian Government Regulation No 18 of 1991 on the Conversion of Land Rights in East Timor) and the Purported Suspension of Article 5 by Government Regulation No 24 of 1992
2. UNTAET Land Policy
3. Some Observations on UNTAET Regulation No 27/2000 on the Temporary Prohibition on Transactions in Land by Indonesian Citizens
4. Sandalwood and Environmental Law in East Timor
5. Some Observations on the Report on Research Findings and Policy Recommendations for a Legal Framework for Land Dispute Mediation in East Timor
6. An Overview of East Timor's Law No 1 of 2003 on the Juridical Regime on Immovable Properties
7. Report on Research into Adat Land Law in East Timor
8. Short Analysis of UNTAET Executive Order No 2 of 2002 on the Decriminalisation of Defamation
9. An Overview of the Constitutional Drafting Process in East Timor
10. Some Notes on East Timor Government Decree No 1/2004 on the Orthographical Standard of the Tetum Language
11. UNTAET Guidelines for the Administration of Public and Abandoned Property by District Administrations
12. Tara Bandu: The Adat Concept of the Environment in East Timor
13. Finding Ways of Resolving Land Problems in East Timor

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