Day: December 26, 2019

Arbitration of Cross Border Insolvency Disputes

CHAPTER ONE: GENERAL INTRODUCTION Background to The Study. The world has seen the increased development in international trade and foreign investments. Money, as well as businesses have moved easily across border into various territories. Private individuals, Corporations and Government alike have been engaged in these activities either by raising capital, investing into foreign corporation, projects …

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Separation of Power in the Irish Constitution

Introduction The Irish constitution is widely celebrated for promoting liberal democracy. Enthroning the people as the arbiter of the ultimate sovereignty, dividing the constitutional powers into the three organs of government,[2] providing for an independent and strong judiciary,[3] providing and protecting the fundamental human rights of Irish citizens,[4] the Bunreacht Heinemann promotes the modern ideals …

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