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Day: August 24, 2021

Contracts and Sales, Capacity and Assent: Contract Law

Contracts and Sales, Capacity and Assent: Contract Law   PART 1 CONFIDENTIAL RELATIONSHIPS This is a type of relationship founded on trust and confidence in a contract. The parties are expected to act in utmost good faith by disclosing all material facts necessary for influencing them on what decision to make. Its confidential nature is …

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A Critical Discussion of the European Parliament’s Evolution as an Institution of the EU

A Critical Discussion of the European Parliament’s Evolution as an Institution of the EU   Introduction It is apparent that the European Parliament (EP) has evolved greatly since its inception as a mere chamber for debate into a distinct legislative institution.1 The changes wrought by developments within the European Community (EC) and later European Union …

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Gender Identity, Dimensions of Gender and Socialization of Gender Roles

Gender Identity, Dimensions of Gender and Socialization of Gender Roles Introduction There exists a general misconception amongst people on the relationship between sex and gender to the extent that the terms ‘sex’ and ‘gender’ being used interchangeably. This notion is not only misguided but also lacks a basis for support. The sex of a person …

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Slavary and Servitude; the Case of Siliadin v. France; an Analysis

Slavary and Servitude; the Case of Siliadin v. France; an Analysis   Slavery and servitude dated back to antiquity and were some of the most heinous and inhumane treatment that human beings were subjected to, mostly based on their race, age, or nationality. It involved subjecting people to hard work with no remunerations’ in slavery …

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Legal Pluralism in England in Islamic Marriage (Sharia Law on Nikah and Divorce)

Legal Pluralism in England in Islamic Marriage (Sharia Law on Nikah and Divorce) Introduction Law exists as state law or as a set of rules of conduct that regulate the peoples’ conduct; it has always been assimilated with culture and history.[1] More than one law governing (its society) in many states: it could be the …

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The Importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in Protecting Human Rights

“Critically evaluate the importance of the Universal Declaration of  Human Rights (UDHR) in protecting human rights.”    Introduction; The crux of this essay is to critically evaluate the importance of the UDHR in ensuring   human rights (HR) protection. The historical context that led to the document’s adoption will be discussed first. Next, developments that have taken …

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Theme of War and Fear in “All the Light We Cannot See”: Anthony Doerr’s book review

Theme of War and Fear in “All the Light We Cannot See”: Anthony Doerr’s book review Introduction The themes of fear and war dominate Anthony Doerr’s book, All the Light We Cannot See. The story is set in the French coastal town of Saint-Malo,  at a time when world war II is reaching its climax. …

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The US Holocaust Museum: Center for the Prevention of Genocide

The United States Holocaust Museum: Center for the prevention of genocide This is a museum dedicated to discouraging people from engaging in any activity that would fall within the scope of genocide. Genocide is understood to be any violent crime directed against a group with the intention of destroying the very existence of the group. …

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