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The study of “Community Rights in Sustainable and Balancing Natural Resources and Environmental Management: Study of the Suitability in Using Elinor Ostrom’s Theory in Thailand,” In the problem whether the use and interpretation of the law recognize the status of “community” as a legal person and also what the legal nature of the “community rights” is. As well as the conflicts of thought in the management and utilization of natural resources and the environment between the state and the people or the community.
The study indicated that When considering a community as a social unit that is acquired by reality, it is a physical fact. As such, it is not required to be legally recognized because of its identity is generally recognized, whether or not incorporated as a corporate entity. This idea corresponds to Otto Von Gierke’s Organic Theory, as well as the use and interpretation of the law to guarantee the status of “community rights” in the management and utilization of natural resources and the environment under the Constitution, which is a constitutional privilege over the property of the common citizens. The community has the right to manage and use the natural resources and environment under the balanced and sustainable conditions.
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