Rahul Ranjan

An Examination of the Dispute Settlement Mechanism within the Competition Legal Framework in Tanzania

Competition is an economics term which generates its origin from the ultimate point of view that excludes the seller from provision of services and or goods in a substandard manner while charging the consumers more. This is usually done by business firms as a market strategy in order to ensure their monopolization is sustained. The […]

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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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The Legal Regime for the Conservation of Biodiversity in India: An Overview

India is a land of rich biodiversity including flora, fauna and aquatic animals. From a biodiversity angle, the whole country can be divided into 18 biosphere reserves and 4 of the 36 biodiversity hotspots. Western Ghats is the richest biodiversity zone in India consisting of 7402 species of flowering plants and 1814 species of non-flowering

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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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Petroleum Exploitation and the Question of Resource Curse in Nigeria: Has the Petroleum Industry Act 2021 played any Role?

The adoption of petroleum as an alternative source of energy by the turn out of the 19th Century has led to monumental development of the global economy of nations whether blessed with the resources or not. This has not been the case for Nigeria. As the 9th largest producer of crude oil and natural gas,

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The Legal Protection of Developing Countries in Africa in International Loan Transactions

Due to their poor economies and several other factors, most developing countries in Africa gladly take the option of international loan transactions to fund their annual budgets and execute capital projects that are expected to help foster the development of their country’s economy. This article evaluates the extent of legal protection available to developing countries

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The Admissibility of Digital Evidence: Challenges and Future Implications

The admissibility of digital evidence is a pivotal concern in modern legal proceedings, given the widespread integration of technology in various aspects of life. The paper examines the challenges associated with admitting digital evidence in court and anticipates future implications. The complexities arise from issues like data authenticity, integrity, and chain of custody in an

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