Private International Law in Commonwealth Africa

51dUCQ3lJyL._SX330_BO1,204,203,200_ Author Richard Frimpong Oppong
Isbn 978-1316500675
File size 2.3MB
Year 2013
Pages 560
Language English
File format PDF
Category Politics and Sociology

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'[This] book is a remarkable tour de force, which will be of use to all practitioners who need to engage with private international law in these countries, and will surely inspire debate on the development and reform of this law in Africa and elsewhere in the world.' Gordon R. Woodmana, Commonwealth Law Bulletin '... this is a valuable book. It will no doubt be of interest to practitioners and academics in Africa and beyond. Through its clear and authoritative exposition of the existing principles of law in the countries which it covers, the book enriches the reader's knowledge of a hitherto much-neglected area of private international law. In this regard, Private International Law in Commonwealth Africa has the potential to kick-start a debate on a wide range of issues within and outside Africa. For his endeavours in laying the foundations for that debate, Dr Oppong's work deserves much credit.' Ardavan Arzandeh, Common Law World Review "[This] book is a remarkable tour de force, which will be of use to all practitioners who need to engage with private international law in these countries, and will surely inspire debate on the development and reform of this law in Africa and elsewhere in the world."

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