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  1. International law in South African municipal law: human rights procedure, policy and practice
    Olivier, Michèle Emily, 2009-08-25T10:46:20Z
    The object of this thesis is to investigate the application of international law in municipal law, and more specifically to focus on international human rights law. A determination of the sources of international human rights law constitutes the point of departure. Treaties are the primary source ...
  2. International law in South African municipal law: human rights procedure, policy and practice
    Olivier, Michèle Emily, 2009-08-25T10:46:20Z
    The object of this thesis is to investigate the application of international law in municipal law, and more specifically to focus on international human rights law. A determination of the sources of international human rights law constitutes the point of departure. Treaties are the primary source ...
  3. Choice of the UNIDROIT Principles of international commercial contracts
    No author, 2015-07-14
    LL.M. (International Commercial Law) ...
  4. The information behaviour of law students in Nigerian universities
    Yemisi, Olorunfemi Doreen, 2015-11-24T06:26:40Z, University of Zululand
    Information seeking skills are important for students who are preparing to embark on information intensive professions such as the legal profession. Despite law libraries being available in all the Nigerian universities offering law as an undergraduate programme, law students generally do not seem i ...
  5. The information behaviour of law students in Nigerian universities
    Yemisi, Olorunfemi Doreen, 2015-11-24T06:26:40Z, University of Zululand
    A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Arts in fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Library and Information Science) in the Department of Information Studies at the University of Zululand, South Africa, 2014 ...
  6. A comparative analysis of mental illness as a defence in criminal law
    Sitole, Sizakele Elias, 2007, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    This dissertation deals with the comparative analysis of mental illness as a defence in criminal law. The mental illness / insanity defence is deemed applicable when the accused does not have mens rea or lacks criminal responsibility or is afflicted by the inability to appreciate the wrongfulness of ...
  7. The convergence and divergence of International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law
    Loos, Clemens, 2013-08-14T13:12:25Z, University of the Western Cape
    Magister Legum - LLM ...
  8. The interaction of indigenous law and Western law in South Africa : a historical and comparative perspective
    Van Niekerk, Gardiol Jeanne, 2015-01-23T04:24:25Z
    Historically South African law has been dominated by Western law. Indigenous law and the jural postulates which underpin that law are insufficiently accommodated in the South African legal order. The Western component of the official legal system is regarded as institutionally and politically sup ...
  9. Laws of investment and environmental protection : the case of Ethiopian largescale agriculture
    Tesfaye Abate Abebe, 2018-08-21T14:35:42Z
    A contradiction between the Ethiopian law of investment and environmental law is prevalent since law of investment promotes development while environmental law protects the environment. The thesis investigates the general legal issue: How do the investment and environmental laws of Ethiopia promo ...
  10. The law is a factish
    Wink, James, 2017-01-16T13:46:49Z, University of Cape Town
    Drawing upon the work of Bruno Latour, this dissertation defends the thesis that the law is a factish: an indivisible blend of social and natural reality. The dissertation develops, in Latour"s terms, a "non-modern" framework from which it draws, in turn, the philosophical foundations for a theory o ...