4 edition of Law and Order in Polynesia found in the catalog.
Law and Order in Polynesia
H. Ian Hogbin
June 1973 by Cooper Square Pub .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||296|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hogbin, Herbert Ian, Law and order in Polynesia. London, Christophers  (OCoLC) Law and Order in Polynesia: a Law and Order in Polynesia book of Primitive Legal Institutions. By Dr. Ian Law and Order in Polynesia book. + 8 plates. (London: Christophers, ) 12s.
net. Law and order in Polynesia: a study of primitive legal institutions / Author: by H. Ian Hogbin ; With an introd. by B. Malinowski. Publication info: New York: Cooper Square Publishers, Format: Book.
The Order of Tahiti Nui was established June 5, by resolution of the Assembly of French Polynesia. The Organic Law of 12 April granted a plan of autonomy to the territory of French Polynesia, allowing it to freely determine distinctive signs reflective of the islands' d for: Outstanding merit in the service of French.
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However, sinceFrench Polynesia has shown signs of recovery. Business turnover reached % year-on-year in Septembertourism increased % inand GDP grew % in French Polynesia’s tourism-dominated service sector accounted for 85% of total value added for the economy in Tourism employs 17% of the workforce.
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Guiding gun control legislation in French Polynesia is the law of France. This includes the Internal Security Code, 34 35 the Decree No. of 5 February amending certain provisions of the Internal Security Code (Regulatory Part) on Weapons and Ammunition in French Polynesia and in New Caledonia, 36 the Decree No.
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