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MINAVERRY, Clara María. Progress and turning points in legal development of native forests protection at the argentine provincial and uruguayan jurisdictions. Rev. Fac. Der. [online]. 2017, n.42, pp.131-152. ISSN 0797-8316.

The general purpose of this paper is to investigate native forests protection regulatory development level, in a selection of argentine provinces in possession of valuable ecosystem forest´s resources, such as the Andean-Patagonian ones. The especial objectives are: to state if provincial regulations have complied with national native forests environmental protection law 26.331 (and if it regulates water resources), and to make a comparative analysis with Uruguay. This is an exploratory research, where analytical comparative method and legal hermeneutics were applied to this study. We could conclude that law 26.331 exceeded some of the selected argentine provincial regulations outlines, and that Uruguay does not have enough regulatory development in order to make an overall comparative analysis.

Keywords : Environmental Law; Native Forests; Forestall Producer; Protection; Provinces; Argentina.

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