Legislation on water users’ organizations. A comparative analysis.

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Year Published: 2003
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Author: Hodgson, S.
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A robust regulatory framework for the corporate governance of water users' organizations (WUOs) is necessary for irrigation management transfer policies. This publication compares contemporary legislation of a wide variety of countries. Sections of the publication are headed: What's in a name?; The permitted tasks of WUOs; The source of WUO legislation and the legal status of WUOs; Governing documents and operating rules; Identification of WUO participants; WUO establishment; The internal structure of WUOs; Provisions conferring substantive legal rights and duties on participants; Financial provisions; Regulatory oversight; Substantive rights conferred on WUOs; Dissolution, liquidation and reorganization; and Federations of WUOs.

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Number: 79
Journal: FAO Legislative Study
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ISSN: 1014-6679

comparisons, finance, irrigation, legislation,organizations, participation, regulations, structure, water management,water policy, water use, rules, water resource management, Water Users'Organizations, watering, Agencies and Organizations (DD100), Laws andRegulations (DD500), Water Resources (PP200), Policy and Planning(EE120), Public Services and Infrastructure (UU300)

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