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Egypt
Youssry Saleh & Partners
In general, each person has a liability for his own acts. If any individual commits a fault, he is liable for it as a consequence of this harmful act or fault and this is called the Rule of Strict Liability.
Youssry Saleh & Partners
Trial proceedings in criminal cases before the Egyptian courts are regulated by the Criminal Procedure Law No. 150 of 1950 and the amendments thereof. Before introducing these proceedings,...
Ghana
Robert Smith & Adelaide Law
International Arbitration Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Ghana, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Kenya
Anjarwalla & Khanna
The Work Injury Benefits Act, 2007 (the Act) provides for compensation to employees for workplace injuries and illnesses.
Nigeria
AELEX
There are several government agencies regulating various sectors of the Nigerian economy. Most of these regulatory agencies are creation of statutes which usually specify their functions, powers and general mode of operations.
Olumide Babalola LP
The inadmissibility of extrajudicial statements in criminal trials and the perennial ignorance of some of our prosecuting agencies.
Olumide Babalola LP
The perennial but unfounded misconception that an action, especially judicial review, can be commenced or initiated by a Motion Ex parte
Olumide Babalola LP
Very recently, the (Lawyers) social media was awash with broadcasts of the Supreme Court's judgement in the case of The Registered Trustees of the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria v John Asuquo Etim
Olumide Babalola LP
Ordinarily, the concerned part of the decision of Lagos division of the Court of Appeal in Elias v Ecobank (supra)
Olumide Babalola LP
A Rejoinder to the Critique Of The Decision In Olumide Babalola V. Ikeja Local Government & ANR [Suit NO. LD/1343GCM/16]"
Olumide Babalola LP
In a decision handed down on Thursday 18th August 2016, a full panel of Abuja division of the Court of Appeal seemed to have taken a novel
Olumide Babalola LP
The right of appeal against Ex parte decisions and nullity of section 14 Court of Appeal Act 2004 as held in the case of S.P.D.C. v Erefamayo Fibika (2015) All FWLR (Pt. 777) 775 @ 793
Olumide Babalola LP
The nature of employment of Supernumerary Policemen and other matters arising from the yet-to-be-reported Supreme Court's decision in Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited v Okon Johnson & Ors.
PUNUKA Attorneys & Solicitors
The foundation of democracy in any country is seen in the observance of the rule of law.
Senegal
AF LEGAL
International Arbitration Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Senegal, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
South Africa
Clyde & Co
The Supreme Court of Appeal ("the SCA") handed down judgment in Meyers v MEC, Department of Health, Eastern Cape[1] which was delivered on 04 March 2020.
ENSafrica
Following the recent Experian data breach, the South African Information Regulator took the opportunity to stress the importance of organisations' ...
Uganda
Bowmans
On 7 October 2020, the High Court of Uganda issued a ruling (Decision) in M.A No. 64 of 2020; Ham Enterprises Uganda and Others v Diamond Trust Bank (U) Ltd and Diamond Trust Bank (K) Limited...
Worldwide
TNP
There has been an uproar in the media (both print and across social media platforms) about the Nigerian government allegedly ceding its sovereignty to China by virtue
ChimwaMurombe Legal Practice
On 2 October 2020 the highest court of appeal in Zimbabwe handed down judgment in an appeal involving a claim for damages for defamation by the biggest media house in the country,...
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