Tag: International Law

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The Negotiability of the Bill of Lading
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: ‘Despite a bill of lading sometimes being stamped 'negotiable bill', the document does not have the status of negotiability and even ......

The Law of the Sea Tribunal
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: This article discusses the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and its relevance. The U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea seems to contemplate fairly extensive jurisdiction for the Tribunal,...

Hamburg Rules for International Carriage
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: In a world comprising cargo owning nations, and ship owning nations, and where most nations are both, there is a continual balancing of risk allocation concerning the damage or loss of sea-borne cargo....

Trade Mark Quality
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: An end consumer is deceived if he buys a good presuming it to have been originated from a certain source where actually it is not. The trade mark......

Constitutional Implications on Human Rights
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: Constitutional Implications on Human Rights.Taking as example at least two of the Articles of the European Convention on Human Rights,(now incorporated into domestic law following the Human Rights Act 1998), explain the constitutional implications, with particular reference to the role of the judiciary....

Human Rights - Abortion, A Woman’s Right
9th Jul 2019
Introduction: Occasionally, for political, religious, health or feminist reasons, the debate on the abortion issues is disclosed, the debate of this social......

Dumping and International Price Discrimination
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: Dumping is, in general, a situation of international price discrimination where the price of a product which is sold to the importing country is less than the price of the same product when sold in the market of the exporting country....

Subsidies Under the SCM Agreement
5th Jul 2019
Introduction: Undoubtedly, the law relating to the development and administration of the use of subsidies developing is one of the most difficult areas of international economic policy and rule making....

An Analysis of the Cedaw
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: Beyond general human rights instruments, there are a few very important specialised treaties relating to equality and non-discrimination. The two instruments that come to mind foremost in this regard are the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD, 1966)...

Transformation of GATT into the WTO
3rd Jul 2019
Introduction: The main questioning on the reasons that led to the replacement of the GATT to WTO of is considered as one most important questions on this topic ......