Friday, October 08, 2010

Ramu litigation needs to challenge Mineral Resources Authority's legal standing and competence to regulate Ramu mine



LAW is the basis for legal action.

One of the cardinal principles of law is legal standing.

No person can be at the court without establishing legal standing.

For legal standing, a lawful person must be at the court.

That is, a corporate entity, such as, the Mineral Resources Authority (MRA), must show that, it is a lawful entity.

Lawyers acting for the parties and in particular the landowners owe duty to bring this elementary and fundamental legal issue to the attention of the court.

Landowners are being taken for a ride by lawyers and people with no legitimate people's interest.

Ramu litigation is becoming a nuisance no better than the nuisance giving rise to initial litigation.


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