Plinian Legislation Extension

http://purl.org/plic/terms/3.2.1/Legislation

Under Development

National and/or regional proposed law or group of laws.

Keywords: plic:Legislation; dwc:Taxon

Link: http://purl.org/plic/extension/3.2.1/legislation.xml


Properties



Legislation

LegislationName
Word or phrase to designate the law or group of laws.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/LegislationName
Examples: Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act)
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/LegislationName
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms
GroupLegislation
Data Type string
Requiredtrue
ProtectionLegalStatus
Description of the legal status. Controlled vocabulary is recommended.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/ProtectionLegalStatus
Examples: "Endangered", "Sensitive to habitat alteration", "Vulnerable" and "Of special interest".
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/ProtectionLegalStatus
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms
GroupLegislation
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
LegislationRead
The official document containing the piece of legislation.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/LegislationRead
Examples: https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2016C00777
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/LegislationRead
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms
GroupLegislation
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
Status
Whether a piece of legislation is in force, or superseded, etc. A controlled vocabulary is recommended
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/Status
Examples: "Consolidated", "Repealed"
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/Status
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms
GroupLegislation
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
Type
Category of the piece of legislation. Controlled vocabulary is recommended
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/LegislationType
Examples: "International treaty"; "EU Directive"; "National Law"; "By-law"
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/LegislationType
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms
GroupLegislation
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
Norm
A norm in which the piece of legislation is included. Norms are general legal principles that are widely accepted. This acceptance is evidenced in a number of ways, such as international agreements, national legislation, domestic and international judicial decisions, and scholarly writings.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/Norm
Examples: Law 243 of 1995, International Convention for the Protection of Plants Varieties.
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/Norm
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms
GroupLegislation
Data Type string
Requiredfalse