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Fundamentals of National Space Laws

Fundamentals of National Space Laws

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  • Author(s): B. Sandeepa Bhat, Shouvik Kumar Guha
  • Publisher: Thomson Reuters
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2022
  • ISBN 13 9789393702296
  • Approx. Pages 310 + contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
With the halt in the development of international space law, the focus has shifted to national space legislation to regulate the ever-increasing space activities. Unfortunately, very few States have space laws at present, and there is no uniformity in the approaches of those that have such laws. Most of the space-faring nations, including India, China and several European States, do not have the requisite legal regime to regulate space activities. In the absence of legal clarity, private players are hesitant to undertake space activities in these jurisdictions. Thus, enacting balanced national space laws is the need of the hour in several jurisdictions across the globe. Fundamentals of National Space Laws intends to cover all the major tenets relating to the development of national space laws. Hence, it will be an invaluable resource on the bookshelves of every space law and policy maker as well as every space lawyer.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 : Space Legislation : Random Reflections
Chapter 2 : Decoding the us Approach to National Space Legislation
Chapter 3 : Navigating Russian Space Legislation
Chapter 4 : Space Law and Policy within the United Kindom
Chapter 5 : Analysing the South Korean Laws on Regulating of outer Space Activities
Chapter 6 : Legal Response to Private Space Activites
Chapter 7 : National Space Laws for India: A Reality Chech
Chapter 8 : A Review of the Draft Space Based Remote Sensing Policy, 2020
Chapter 9 : Unlocking India's Space Space Sector : Legal and Policy Challenges
Chapter 10 : The Newspace and Emerging Challenges for the International Space Law Framework 
Chapter 11 : National Responses to the use of Orbits and Specrums
Chapter 12 : Legal and Policy Aspects of Space Militarisation
Chapter 13 : Environmental Hazards in outer Space: The Glaring need for Secondary Laws
Chapter 14 : Mitigating Space Debris under the National Space Laws: An Appraisal
Chapter 15 : Space Crew Insurance : Feasibility of the Insurance for Astronauts at the National
Chapter 16 : Exploring the issues of Criminal Jurisdiction and Liability in outer Space: what Should be India's Approach
Chapter 17 : Time to Tax the Space Economy : Need for A Giant Leap forward in the Taxation Regime
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Author Details
PROF. (DR) SANDEEPA BHAT B. and DR SHOUVIK KUMAR GUHA are faculty members at the National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata, one of the premier national law universities in India. Being, respectively, the Director and Associate Director of the Centre for Aviation and Space Laws at NUJS, Prof. Bhat (top) and Dr Guha (bottom) have worked extensively on space law. Prof. Bhat's three books on various aspects of space law are reference books at several reputed institutions. He also holds the distinction of being a member of three internationally renowned bodies working on space law.

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