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The Refugee And The Right To An Effective Remedy In International Law

TABLE OF CONTENTSTABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................................................................... iDECLARATION ...................................................................................................... iiiAPPROVAL ............................................................................................................. ivDEDICATION ............................................................................................................ vACKNOWLED...

Critical Analysis Of The Law On The Use Of Child Soldiers In Armed Conflicts In Northern Uganda A Case Study Of Kitgum District

TABLE OF CONTENTSDeclaration ................................................................................................. .iiApproval. ................................................................................................... .iiiDedication ................................................................................................ .ivAcknoledgement ........................................................................................... vTable of contents ...................

A Critical Analysis On The Law And Practice Of The Judicial Independence In Uganda Since The Promulgation Of The 1995 Constitution

ABSTRACTS This research has been made during the time when the Judiciary has been interfered by other organs of the government. The !995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda under Article 128 provides the issue of judicial independence and security of tenure, the latter being among the safeguards of the independence of the judiciary. This Article widely shows that the independence of the judiciary is provided for by the constitution of the Republic of Uganda and it must be observed by law b...

A Review Of The Laws Regulating Tobacco Cultivation And Consumption In Uganda

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATIONS ........................................................................................................................... iAPPROVAL .................................................................................................................................... ii' ACRONYMS .................................................................................................................................. vABSTRACT .................................................

A Critical Analysis Of The Duties And Liabilities Of A Receiver Under The Insolvency Act, 2011 Of Uganda

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION ............................................................................................................................. iAPPROVAL ................................................................................................................................... iiDEDICATION ............................................................................................................................... iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENT ...........................................

A Critical Analysis Of The Effectiveness Of The Principle Of Separation Of Power In Uganda.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Ill IV v vi vii 1.1 Background of the Study I 1.2 Statement of the Problem 9 1.3 Significance of the Study I 0 1.4 Objectives I 0 1.4.1 General Objectives I 0 1.4.2 Specific Objectives II 1.5 Res~arch Questions II 1.6 Scope of the Study II 1.6.1 Geographical scope II 1.6.2 Content scope I I 1.6.3 Time scope II CHAPTER TWO 2.1 Literature Review 12 2.2 Origins of the doctrine 15 2.3 The doctrine of Austria-common wealth 16 2.4 The doctrine in Australia the state 19 2.5 The law...

A Critical Analysis Of The Legal Regime On Human Rights In Uganda.

TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................................................................................................ ii DECLARATION ................................................................................................................................... iv APPROVAL ........................................................................................................................................... v DEDICATION ...............................

Procedures for Expropriation of FDI under the Ethiopian and International Law: Comparative Analysis

Abstract Well  managed  and  protected  FDI  without  doubt  is  an  engine to  economic  development  of  a given country. The main reason that justifies the of foreign investor‟s property and investment among other things trace protection backs to the right of the investors to own property and to encourage them to invest. However, this right is not without exceptions as the host states have inherent  sovereign...

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: EMERGING PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES

The 20th century is remarkably characterized by an increase in inventiveness due to more breakthroughs in science and technology and the emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems. Recent records show that AI systems, in addition to being an aid in the inventive process, are now capable of making independent inventions using data and instructions inputted by their programmers. Meanwhile, Intellectual property law (IP) ensures that one’s intellectual outputs (labour) is not exploited ...

Synopsis of Data Protection under the Nigerian Laws: Has the Universality of Right to Privacy Trickled Down to Nigeria?

The concept of personal data protection is no doubt, an off-shoot of the universal human right to privacy and confidentiality. Not only has it been ingrained under Article 12 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, but it has also been incorporated into most of the regional human rights conventions, charters, and treaties, except, of course, the African Charter on Human Rights (ACHR) to which Nigerian affiliates with.Despite its conspicuous absence in the ACHR, the revolution in the int...

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ADEQUACY OF THE LEGAL SAFEGUARDS OF THE PATIENTS’ CONFIDENTIALITY RIGHT UNDER THE SAUDI ARABIAN LAWS

The concept of patient confidentiality is nearly as old as the practice of health professions and has evolved over the years, from one jurisdiction to the other. The duty of patient confidentiality can be a fundamental human right, an ethical duty, or a legal duty. Under the Saudi Arabian jurisdiction, the concept of patient confidentiality has evolved around its Shari’ah-based (Islamic) legal culture, its history, and the concept of universality of human rights. Patient confidentiality is ...

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Record Deals and Music Contracts: A First Step Approach to Protecting Your Rights

According to the IFPI Global Music Report, global revenue from record sales in the music industry for the year 2018 was $9.1 billion. Beyond the thrill of having one entertained, music business is serious business. There is a strong air of astute seriousness associated with music- and it should be approached as such. Jay-Z, a multi-award-winning music artist who is listed on the Forbes list of billionaires is reputed have said, in the song “Diamonds from Sierra Leone” in which he...

The Discombobulation on the Legality of Child Marriage

IntroductionIf one child choses to marry another is there anything wrong with it? Let’s reinvigorate our minds to reminisce the traditional social settings of the African People, children  were  allowed  to  marry  in  fulfillment  of  parental  wishes.  However  today,  we  are concerned with the existence of certain customs that appear to be repugnant to both State laws and international legal instruments. Whilst we pro...

What is Innovative in the Nigeria Police Act 2020

IntroductionThe Nigeria Police Act, 2020 which formally came into force on the 15th day of September 2020, by the assent of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Mohammadu Buhari repealed the Police Act Cap P19 Laws of the Federation 2004. The general desire or aim of the new Act is to provide for an effective police service system for Nigeria which is based on the principles of accountability and transparency, protection of human rights, management of its resources and ...

Relevancy in Evidence

Two kinds of fact are very important in the Law of Evidence. They are facts in issue and relevant facts. The concept of facts in issue has been dealt with by several authors and jurists. However, it is necessary to discuss it here because it has a very interesting relationship with relevant facts. Think of the relationship between facts in issue and relevant facts as that which exists between baking a plain cake and baking a chocolate cake. Yeah. This sounds weird. But stay with me....


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