Atomic Energy Licensing Act 1984, No. 304

Passed in 1985
This act establishes the Atomic Energy Licensing Board to advise the government, exercise control over atomic energy production, and foster governmental and non-governmental cooperation. It requires the government to keep a registry of licensed atomic energy producers and regulates the granting, renewal, suspension, and cancellation of licenses. It also defines liability for loss and damage caused by an accident associated with atomic energy.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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