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De gaswinning en het recht op veiligheid

Hesselman, M. & Brouwer, J., 2019, Juridische Aspecten van Gaswinning: Een 'Groningse' Verkenning. Oldenhuis, F. T., Koerts, P., Bröring, H., Couwenberg, O., Woerdman, E., Gozoglu, M. C., Hesselman, M. M. E., Brouwer, J. G., Roggenkamp, M. M., Vermaak, N. J. & Wissink, M. H. (eds.). Wolters Kluwer, (Monografiën Privaatrecht; vol. 18).

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APA

Hesselman, M., & Brouwer, J. (2019). De gaswinning en het recht op veiligheid. In F. T. Oldenhuis, P. Koerts, H. Bröring, O. Couwenberg, E. Woerdman, M. C. Gozoglu, M. M. E. Hesselman, J. G. Brouwer, M. M. Roggenkamp, N. J. Vermaak, ... M. H. Wissink (Eds.), Juridische Aspecten van Gaswinning: Een 'Groningse' Verkenning (Monografiën Privaatrecht; Vol. 18). Wolters Kluwer.

Author

Hesselman, Marlies ; Brouwer, Jan. / De gaswinning en het recht op veiligheid. Juridische Aspecten van Gaswinning: Een 'Groningse' Verkenning. editor / F.T Oldenhuis ; P. Koerts ; H Bröring ; O. Couwenberg ; E. Woerdman ; M.C. Gozoglu ; M.M.E. Hesselman ; J.G. Brouwer ; M.M. Roggenkamp ; N.J. Vermaak ; M.H. Wissink. Wolters Kluwer, 2019. (Monografiën Privaatrecht).

Harvard

Hesselman, M & Brouwer, J 2019, De gaswinning en het recht op veiligheid. in FT Oldenhuis, P Koerts, H Bröring, O Couwenberg, E Woerdman, MC Gozoglu, MME Hesselman, JG Brouwer, MM Roggenkamp, NJ Vermaak & MH Wissink (eds), Juridische Aspecten van Gaswinning: Een 'Groningse' Verkenning. Monografiën Privaatrecht, vol. 18, Wolters Kluwer.

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De gaswinning en het recht op veiligheid. / Hesselman, Marlies; Brouwer, Jan.

Juridische Aspecten van Gaswinning: Een 'Groningse' Verkenning. ed. / F.T Oldenhuis; P. Koerts; H Bröring; O. Couwenberg; E. Woerdman; M.C. Gozoglu; M.M.E. Hesselman; J.G. Brouwer; M.M. Roggenkamp; N.J. Vermaak; M.H. Wissink. Wolters Kluwer, 2019. (Monografiën Privaatrecht; Vol. 18).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademicpeer-review

Vancouver

Hesselman M, Brouwer J. De gaswinning en het recht op veiligheid. In Oldenhuis FT, Koerts P, Bröring H, Couwenberg O, Woerdman E, Gozoglu MC, Hesselman MME, Brouwer JG, Roggenkamp MM, Vermaak NJ, Wissink MH, editors, Juridische Aspecten van Gaswinning: Een 'Groningse' Verkenning. Wolters Kluwer. 2019. (Monografiën Privaatrecht).


BibTeX

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