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by A. Kodzo Paaku Kludze

Download Ghana: The Ewe Law of Property v. 1 (Restatement of African Law) ePub
  • ISBN 0421174501
  • ISBN13 978-0421174504
  • Language English
  • Author A. Kodzo Paaku Kludze
  • Publisher School of Oriental & African Studies (August 1972)
  • Pages 352
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  • Category Law
  • Subcategory Administrative Law
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Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies.

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Volume 39, Issue 1. February 1976, pp. 230-231. A. K. P. Kludze: Ghana, I. Ewe law of property. School of Oriental and African Studies. Restatement of African Law, . XXXV, 324 pp. London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1973.

5 Kludze, A. Restatement of African Law: Ewe Law of Property, London, 1973, 29. Restatement of African Law: Ewe Law of Property, London, 1973, 292. 6 The Law of Testate and Intestate Succession in Ghana, London, 1966, 68. 7 22 & 23 Ch. c. 10. The Marriage Ordinance (Cap. 127), s. 48 is now repealed by the new Intestate Succession La. Ollennu, N. Principles of Customary Land Law in Ghana, London, 1962, 37;Bentsi-Enchill, : Ghana land Law, An Exposition, Analysis and Critique, London, 1964, 101;Crabbe, Azu: John Mensah Sarbah, Accra, 1971, 85 and Kludze, : Ewe Law of Property (Restatement of African Law; Ghana I), London, 1973, 9. ut see Woodman, : The rationale of the head.

The Intestate Succession Law radically changes the law of inheritance, and . 4; Woodman, Gordon . Two Problems of Matrilineal Succession (1969) 1 . ;Kludze, A. Ewe Law of Property, 1973, Chap.

The Intestate Succession Law radically changes the law of inheritance, and constitutes the most extensive legislative reform ever made in the private law of Ghana. The Administration of Estates (Amendment) Law is a minor consequential enactment. 13;Kludze, A. Problems of Intestate Succession in Ghana (1972) 9 . 89;Bentsi-Enchill, . Intestate Succession Revisited I (1972) 9 .

See under Restatement of Swazi Marriage La.

See under Restatement of Swazi Marriage Law. page 104 note 5 These are rough translations. page 104 note 6 Informants claim that all wives are in any event considered simultaneously in relation to one another. a substitute or subordinate co-wife. Recommend this journal. Journal of African Law.

12 Cotran, . Restatement of African Law, Kenya, 1. Marriage & Divorce, 2, Succession (London, 1968). These reports aroused great interest in legal and academic circles; see . (1969) V, 1 and 2, East African Law Journal. articles by Twining, W. T. and Cotran, E. in East African Law Today (. 17 See the note The rejection of the Marriage Bill in Kenya, .

Ewe Law of Property: Restatement of African Law, 6. London: Sweet & Maxwell. Bentsi-Enchill, . 1964. Ghana Land Law: An Exposition, Analysis, and Critique. Law in Africa No. The Importance of Non-Agricultural Incomes for the Rural Poor in African and Implications for Food and Nutrition Policy.

The Restatement appears as European private law takes its first steps .

The Restatement appears as European private law takes its first steps towards harmonization. Also appearing shortly after the United States Third Restatement on Restitution and Unjust Enrichment, this Restatement offers an interesting contrast with American law in this area.

South African property law regulates the "rights of people in or over certain objects or things

South African property law regulates the "rights of people in or over certain objects or things.

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