Articles tagged as African Law

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Law of Contract UAE
Contract Law
Introduction: 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
Introduction: “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
Introduction: 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
Introduction: 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
Introduction: 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
Introduction: 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
Introduction: 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
Introduction: 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
Introduction: 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

Procedure vs Substantive Law in Uganda
Constitutional Law
Introduction: 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