Articles tagged as African Law

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Latest Law Papers tagged as African Law

Including law essays, dissertations, problem questions, case summaries, and law lectures, suitable for law students working towards their LLB / LLM qualifications or those studying for the new SQE.

Plea Agreements and Constitutional Rights

Constitutional Law


Last modified: 15th Aug 2019

Law of Contract UAE

Contract Law

Introduction The main purpose of the contract is to make an agreement official involving two or more parties regarding a specific subject matter ......

Last modified: 8th Aug 2019

Identification of Circumstances Under Equity

Contract Law

“Presumed undue influence should not be a ground of restitution. There is no logic in the fashion in which the courts deal with this .......

Last modified: 8th Aug 2019

Labour Legislation in South Africa

Employment Law

What protection are employees, who are suffering from Depression, afforded in terms of labour legislation in South Africa? Do the various bodies of labour legislation,...

Last modified: 7th Aug 2019

Freedom of Expression in Mauritius

Constitutional Law

1.1Freedom of expression meaning and importance Freedom of expression is guaranteed by section 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as ......

Last modified: 6th Aug 2019

The Problems of Peacekeeping Operations in Africa

International Law

1. Having seen certain case studies in terms of successes and failures of missions in Chapter III, it is important to first study the challenges ......

Last modified: 17th Jul 2019

Patent and Intellectual Property Issues in Africa

International Law

Many African countries are in the third-world bracket, so millions of counterfeit goods which are not manufactured in African are shipped in......

Last modified: 17th Jul 2019

Assessing Political Instability in Somalia

International Law

At the political level, the present Somali government emerges to have a working cabinet. In reality, though, the cabinet has no actual ......

Last modified: 17th Jul 2019

The Money Laundering Regulation in Nigeria

Commercial Law

The phrase money-laundering was not in the Nigerian dictionary, until in the 1980’s which was when it was recognised and efforts were made ......

Last modified: 24th Jun 2019

Expectation in the Labour Relations Act

Employment Law

The concept of ‘reasonable expectation’ in terms of s 186 (1) (b) has given greater certainty to the area of unfair dismissal and has replaced ......

Last modified: 14th Jun 2019

African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights 1981

Act Summaries

The African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights (ACHPR), which is also commonly referred to as the Banjul Charter......

Last modified: 7th Jun 2019

Procedure vs Substantive Law in Uganda

Constitutional Law

Substantive law is the statutory or written law that governs rights and obligations of those who are subject to it. Substantive law defines the ......

Last modified: 31st May 2019