Commonwealth Law Review Journal

Commonwealth Law Review Journal is an Annual e-Journal of Law bearing ISSN: 2581-3382. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law from all Commonwealth Nations and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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The Naija Factor in the Implementation of Public Private Partnership (PPP) Projects in Emerging Economies – The Nigerian Experience

The study examines local realities that militate against successful deliveries of PPP projects in emerging economies with particular reference to Nigeria’s PPP space. The Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC) Act has, inter alia, expressly enabled the practice of PPP, defined the roles of stakeholders, and stipulated the minimum standard for PPP arrangements in Nigeria. In

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Women and Children as Victims of Acts of Terrorism in Nigeria

Terrorism is a global menace that transcend national boarders. It is targeted against government and its national security. Terrorism through the Boko Haram group first emerged as a religious jihadist group around 1999 in Nigeria. Few years down the lane in metamorphosed into a dangerous terrorist organisation, with its activities targeted against government organisations and

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The Institution of a “New Form” of Filiation in Cameroonian Law in the Light of Scientific and Technological Progress: Filiation by Medically Assisted Reproduction

Without creating a new Galileo trial, Law 2022/014 of 14 July 2022 relating to medically assisted reproduction (MAR) in Cameroon has enabled the legislature to encourage medically assisted reproduction while rejecting techniques for marketing or using human material that are contrary to fundamental rights, human dignity and ethics. The concept of surrogate motherhood (GPA), for

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Land Administration in Nigeria and the Geographic Information System: An Overview of the Kaduna Geographic Information Service Law, 2015

The Kaduna Geographic Information Service (KADGIS) Law, 2015 enacted on 23rd December, 2015 replaced the Ministry of Lands, Surveys and Country Planning with the Kaduna Geographic Information Service (KADGIS). The KADGIS saddled with the administration of land in Kaduna State so performs such functions as the issuance of certificates of occupancy, registration of land transactions

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