Download Justa Indenização na Desapropriação Agrária, A – 2016 by Junior Divino Fideles PDF

By Junior Divino Fideles

A Constituição Federal de 1988 prevê que a desapropriação por interesse social para fins de reforma agrária, também conhecida como desapropriação agrária, deve se realizar mediante prévia e justa indenização. Mesmo almejando caráter sancionatório a essa modalidade de desapropriação, em razão de ocorrer apenas na hipótese e em decorrência do descumprimento da função socioambiental da terra, a Lei nº 8.629/1993 determina que ela deve ser precedida do pagamento do valor de mercado do imóvel desapropriado. Todavia, em recorrentes situações, as indenizações pagas nos processos judiciais de desapropriação superam em muito o valor de mercado do imóvel, alcançando duas, três ou muitas vezes o valor que o imóvel obteria caso fosse negociado no mercado. Antes de adentrar na discussão nuclear, a justa indenização na desapropriação agrária, outros temas fundamentais à questão agrária brasileira e à reforma agrária são discutidos na busca de compreender a concepção do modelo indenizatório adotado no Brasil, que permite passivamente a formação de superindenizações. Nessa perspectiva, a obra trata da distinção entre terra e território, da transformação da natureza e da terra em mercadoria e da opção brasileira pela desapropriação com indenização, como reflexo do individualismo proprietário, mesmo na hipótese do ilícito constitucional do descumprimento da função social da terra. Resultado da experiência profissional do autor como procurador federal atuante em processos de desapropriação agrária e de pesquisa de mestrado realizada no âmbito do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Direito Agrário da Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Federal de Goiás, o trabalho indica que as superindenizações são formadas em decorrência das condenações acessórias impostas ao autor da desapropriação, como juros moratórios, cobertura florística expurgos inflacionários, honorários advocatícios sucumbenciais e, em especial, os juros compensatórios.

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Download Fear of Crime: Critical Voices in an Age of Anxiety by Murray Lee,Stephen Farrall PDF

By Murray Lee,Stephen Farrall

An cognizance to the 'fear of crime' has chanced on its method into governmental interventions in crime prevention and into well known discourse with many newspapers, neighborhood executive etc undertaking their very own worry of crime surveys. As an idea, 'fear of crime' has additionally produced enormous educational debate for the reason that it entered the criminological vocabulary within the 1960s.

Bringing jointly a set of recent and leading edge articles from key students in criminology, Fear of Crime challenges many assumptions which stay submerged in makes an attempt to degree and characteristic reason to crime worry. yet, in wondering the orthodoxy of 'fear of crime' types, in addition to inquiries that experience intended that worry is objectively quantifiable and measurable, the articles accrued right here additionally supply new paradigms and strategies of inquiry for drawing close 'fear of crime'. 

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Download Classic Writings in Law and Society: Contemporary Comments by Edward Alexander,A. Javier Trevino PDF

By Edward Alexander,A. Javier Trevino

This quantity includes notable essays by way of modern students and experts on vintage writings in legislation and society. This moment version expands the former quantity via including extra statements. integrated are commentaries on Edward A. Ross's Social regulate: A Survey of the rules of Order, Karl N. Llewellyn's Jurisprudence: Realism in conception and perform, Jerome Frank's legislations and the trendy brain, Leon Petrazycki's legislations and Morality, and Karl Renner's The associations of non-public legislation and their Social Functions.The aim of vintage Writings in legislation and Society is to acquaint a brand new new release of scholars with vintage writings via diversified social and felony scholars?ranging from Henry Sumner Maine, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., and Hans Kelsen to Eugen Ehrlich, Nicholas S. Timasheff, and Richard Quinney. This paintings keeps to illustrate their modern theoretical relevance. as a result, every one bankruptcy speaks of the students' paintings in most cases, how the actual ebook into account suits into that corpus, and the way the e-book is classed in a gift day context. those essays have a transparent relation to the "classic" culture in sociolegal thought.Reading the classics comes in handy in gaining a greater knowing and appreciation of the fundamental origin for a post-classic technique in legislations and social inquiry?an strategy that may be present in such orientations as severe felony reviews, chaos conception in legislations, and felony semiotics. vintage Writings in legislation and Society contains commentaries that ponder early writings that set the normal for the social clinical strategy in studying problems with legislations and punishment, social keep watch over, joint inventory businesses, company organisations and realms within the learn of legislation and society.

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Download A History of Business in Medieval Europe, 1200–1550 by Edwin S. Hunt,James Murray PDF

By Edwin S. Hunt,James Murray

This ebook demolishes the commonly held view that the word 'medieval company' is an oxymoron. The authors evaluate the complete variety of commercial in medieval western Europe, probing its Roman and Christian historical past to find the commercial and political forces that formed the association of agriculture, production, development, mining, transportation and advertising. Businessmen's responses to the devastating plagues, famines, and conflict that beset Europe within the past due center a long time are both good lined. Medieval businessmen's striking good fortune in dealing with this opposed new surroundings was once 'a harvest of adversity' that ready the best way for the commercial growth of the 16th century. major subject matters run via this booklet. First, the strength and course of industrial improvement during this interval stemmed essentially from the calls for of the elite. moment, the lasting legacy of medieval businessmen used to be much less their skillful variations of imported innovations than their superb thoughts in enterprise organization.

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Download The Rule of Law and the Rule of God by S. Ilesanmi,W. Lee,J. Parker PDF

By S. Ilesanmi,W. Lee,J. Parker

This e-book examines the competing regimes of legislations and faith an deals a multidisciplinary method of show the worldwide scope in their impact. It argues that the strain among those associations effects from their disagreements in regards to the sorts of rule that are supposed to govern human existence and society, and from the place they need to be derived.

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Download A Concise Law Dictionary - For Students and Practitioners by P. G. Osborn PDF

By P. G. Osborn

This early paintings on legislations is either pricey and tough to discover in its first version. It comprises information at the meanings of felony phrases and their makes use of. this can be a attention-grabbing paintings and punctiliously suggested for legislation scholars. the various earliest books, really these courting again to the 1900s and earlier than, at the moment are super scarce. we're republishing those vintage works in cheap, prime quality, sleek versions, utilizing the unique textual content and artwork.

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Download The Western Case for Monogamy Over Polygamy (Law and by John Witte Jr PDF

By John Witte Jr

For greater than 2,500 years, the Western culture has embraced monogamous marriage as a necessary establishment for the flourishing of fellows and girls, mom and dad and kids, society and the country. whilst, polygamy has been thought of a significant crime that harms other halves and youngsters, correlates with sundry different crimes and abuses, and threatens strong citizenship and political balance. The West has therefore lengthy punished all demeanour of plural marriages and denounced the polygamous teachings of chosen Jews, Muslims, Anabaptists, Mormons, and others. John Witte, Jr conscientiously files the Western case for monogamy over polygamy from antiquity till at the present time. He analyzes the old claims that polygamy is biblical, ordinary, and invaluable along sleek claims that anti-polygamy legislation violate own and spiritual freedom. whereas giving the professional and con arguments a whole listening to, Witte concludes that the Western ancient case opposed to polygamy is still compelling and urges Western countries to carry the road on monogamy.

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Download Finns in Minnesota (People of Minnesota) by Arnold Alanen PDF

By Arnold Alanen

the 1st Finnish immigrants arrived in purple Wing in 1864, the leading edge of millions who finally and resolutely put Minnesota moment one of the states by way of Finnish inhabitants. this day we might realize Minnesota's "Finnishness" within the well known sauna, within the attribute tenacity referred to as sisu, or in position names and cultural markers that hyperlink to fatherland. the most recent contribution to the folks of Minnesota sequence strains the Finns' migration to the kingdom, rather its northeastern sector; their log building recommendations, together with dovetail notching; and their ethnic corporations, from non secular to political to fraternal. colourful sidebars brighten up the narrative, highlighting such subject matters as "Finglish," New global legends, and the Twenties Olympic opponents in song and box often called the "Flying Finns."

A separate thread tells the tale of the Finland Swedes—"the minority inside a minority" whose contributors have been born in Finland yet spoke Swedish and hence straddled ethnic teams, belonging absolutely to neither. The booklet concludes with a private narrative of Fred Torma (1888–1979), a miner and wood worker from Nashwauk, who describes developing a Socialist corridor, involvement within the 1907 Mesabi strike, and founding a cooperative boardinghouse and shop. His is only one attractive instance of the colourful lives and legacy of Finnish american citizens in Minnesota.

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Download Readings in Medieval History, Fifth Edition by Patrick J. Geary PDF

By Patrick J. Geary

Patrick J. Geary's hugely acclaimed number of resource fabrics at the Western medieval international is famous for delivering a great number of titanic excerpts—or whole records anywhere possible—from the main greatly studied old texts.

This much-anticipated 5th variation includes a higher layout, in addition to enlarged kind, to make the gathering extra reader-friendly. learn questions were further on the finish of every part to assist scholars specialise in key issues within the textual content. New files at the Black loss of life, William of Rubruck, and Marco Polo are integrated, in addition to a brand new choice from St. Benedict's Rule for Monasteries and a brand new translation of Einhard's The lifetime of Charlemagne. colour photograph sections were extra, introducing scholars to interesting medieval paintings reminiscent of a fifth-century ivory from Constantinople, the 2 earliest photos of Joan of Arc, the Sachsenspiegel, and a blouse that belonged to Queen Bathild.

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Download Visitors to Verona: Lovers, Gentlemen and Adventurers by Caroline Webb PDF

By Caroline Webb

Even sooner than the appearance of mass tourism, Verona used to be a favored vacation spot with visitors, together with these project the preferred ‘Grand travel’ throughout Europe. during this booklet, Caroline Webb compares the reviews of travelers from the period of Shakespeare to the years following the incorporation of the Veneto into the recent nation of Italy in 1866. She considers their purposes for vacationing Verona in addition to their reviews and expectancies after they arrived. the vast majority of English viewers among 1670 and 1760 have been younger individuals of the aristocracy, followed by way of tutors, who arrived on their method to or from Rome, as a part of a ‘Grand travel’ meant to ‘finish’ their classical schooling. With the economic Revolution within the moment 1/2 the eighteenth century, and the consequent expanding wealth of the higher center periods, the variety of viewers to Verona elevated even though this tourism was once derailed as soon as Napoleon invaded Italy within the past due 1790s. After 1815 and the allied victory at Waterloo there has been a brand new flood of holiday makers, formerly disadvantaged of the potential for continental commute through the Napoleonic wars. because the 19th century advanced, in particular with the coming of the railway, more and more viewers seemed from throughout Europe or even from around the Atlantic, willing to discover the fabled urban of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. In evaluating a myriad of assorted debts, this e-book offers an unrivalled standpoint at the heritage of 1 of Italy’s such a lot seductive cities.

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