Insurance - What is Insurance They themselves engaged in...

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What is Insurance ? They themselves engaged in competitive negotiations that veer away from the interest-based creativity idealized by the architects of the treaty process. Often proponents of the treaty process claim that it is designed to achieve both justice and certainty; however, the combination of these two goals is problematic since the form that certainty takes will have significant repercussions for justice. The BCTC argues that the treaty process should not be directed toward an “absolute” or “final” certainty in the sense that treaty relationships are carved in stone; instead, in their view, the concept of certainty should seek to produce a “reasonable certainty” that includes “predictable procedures for revision and amendment” (BCTC, 2000: 24). However, for the non-Aboriginal governments, certainty refers to a “. .. legal technique that is intended to define with a high degree of specificity all of the rights and obligations that flow from a treaty and ensure that there remain no undefined rights outside of a treaty” (Stevenson, 2000: 114). This restrictive notion of certainty, which requires an exhaustive definition of the rights of First Nations
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course MBA IT DOM1 taught by Professor Kviswanathan during the Spring '12 term at Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai.

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