- Titolo: An introduction to the law of contracts in some common law african countries
- Autore: Ejim Chukwuma Romanus
- Collana: Utrumque Ius 35
- EAN (ISBN): 9788846511263
- Lingua: Inglese
- Anno: 2016
- Pagine: 268 pp
- Dimensioni: 17x24 cm
- Rilegatura: Brossura
The aim of this work is to provide a general introduction to the law of contracts in some common law African countries. It tries to give a general idea of the law of contracts as seen in Botswana, Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria. It follows the line of history in order to explain how the contemporary law of contracts in these countries came to be received, deveLoped, interpreted and applied in concrete court cases. It is written to supply the needed fundamentals of contract laws in the contemporary African customary laws, that is, laws, rules, regulations, statutes, legislations handed down by these common law African countries. It invites university students interested in the law of contracts in African common law countries; lawyers and students of law who need to understand African legal systems, and those of them who deal with African customary laws in general; business people, government officials and all those whose work regularly involves contract and the laws guiding it; general readers who recognize the need for knowledge acquisition regarding contract laws in common law African countries, who have never done any course on law to lay their hands on this work.
Ejim Chukwuma Romanus
holds a doctorate in Utruisque Iuris under Facultas Institutum Utriusque Iuris of the Pontificia Universitas Lateranensis. He presently works in the same university as a tutor and research professor on the development of African Culture – Research Area of Department of African Human and Social Sciences, as well as Facultas Institutum Utriusque Iuris.
Prodotto inserito in catalogo martedì 06 dicembre, 2016.