Harmonisation of Laws in Africa

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Malthouse Press, 1999 - Law - 107 pages
One viable method of bringing about international co-operation is through the harmonisation of laws. This study is an attempt to put in focus the idea of harmonisation and its current state in Africa. Chapters deal with the nature and history of Private International Law; the institutions or bodies involved in the harmonisation process in Africa; the African Treaty; and relations between the African Economic Community and the African regional communities.

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