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The Chief Justice Allan McEachernReasons for Judgement in the Supreme Court of British Columbia Between: Delgamuukw, Also Known as Ken Muldoe, Suing on His Own Behalf and on Behalf of All the Members of the HOUSE OF DELGAMUUKW - Plaintiffs, and: Her Majesty the Queen: Defendant Canada Smithers, British Columbia Court Registry 1991 First Edition Paperback Good 394 pages of perhaps the most important court judgement in British Columbia history. Sections include: Summary of findings and conclusions; introduction; the claim and the territory - an outline; definitions; historical overview; the plaintiffs; the nature of the action; history of the Gitksan and We't'suwet'en people; remaining legal issues; creation of aboriginal interests; relevant political history of British Columbia in the pre-colonial and colonia period; relevan political history of the province from union with Canada in 1871 to present; the authorities and some comments; the plaintiff's specific claims for aboriginal interests; extinguishment and fiduciary duties; damages; the lands subject to aboriginal rights at the date of British sovereignty; abandonment of aboriginal rights; other defences; the counterclaim of the province; the judgement in this case; some comments; maps; schedules. Average wear. Unmarked. Short openings at each end of backstrip. Minor lean to spine. A sound reference copy. Price: