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Law and Judicial Duty by Hamburger
Philip Hamburger’s Law and Judicial Duty traces the early history of what is today called “judicial review.” Working from previously unexplored evidence, Hamburger questions the very concept of judicial review. Although decisions holding statutes unconstitutional are these days considered instances of a distinct judicial power of review, Hamburger shows that they were once understood merely as instances of a broader judicial duty. The book’s focus on judicial duty overturns the familiar debate about judicial power. The book is therefore essential reading for anyone concerned about the proper role of the judiciary. Hamburger lays the foundation for his argument by explaining the common law ideals of law and judicial duty. He shows that the law of the land was understood to rest on the authority of the lawmaker and that what could not be discerned within the law of the land was not considered legally binding. He then shows that judges had a duty to decide in accord with the law of the land. These two ideals—law and judicial duty—together established and limited what judges could do. By reviving an understanding of these common law ideals, Law and Judicial Duty calls into question the modern assumption that judicial review is a power within the judges’ control. Indeed, the book shows that what is currently considered a distinct power of review was once understood as a matter of duty—the duty of judges to decide in accord with the law of the land. The book thereby challenges the very notion of judicial review. It shows that judges had authority to hold government acts unconstitutional, but that they enjoyed this power only to the extent it was required by their duty. In laying out the common law ideals, and in explaining judicial review as an aspect of judicial duty, Law and Judicial Duty reveals a very different paradigm of law and of judging than prevails today. The book, moreover, sheds new light on a host of misunderstood problems, including intent, manifest contradiction, the status of foreign and international law, the cases and controversies requirement, and the authority of judicial precedent.
₦7,900
Law Relating to Handwriting Forensics by Sharma
This book apart from the usuals in its class covers exclusively the all-important topic handwriting identification without delving into other problems related to Disputed Questioned Contested or Challenged Documents Handwriting Forensics perhaps the oldest scientific evidence produced in the courts it is even today the most frequent the most difficult and by far the most misunderstood and controversial evidence The book takes up the cudgels and shows the current state of the art on the subject to tackle the problems in the right earnest to the satisfaction of all concerned Computers now image segment measure study and compare the data create from the images of both the disputed and the standards thus converting the oft-stressed subjectivity of the matter into objectivity advocating departure from the past and aims at ringing in the new ascendant discarding the old and redundant. The book discusses the entire gambit of handwriting identification covering all-important topics from development of handwriting through identification characteristics and principles identification processes identification of the genuine the forged the disguise or the anonymous right up to the handling and preservation of the documents Written in simple language illustrated with real life cases and diagrams avoiding verbosity and technical jargons the book is intended to assist the judges the lawyers the experts and others to adopt the new technology which helps to disseminate better justice 695 pp.
₦10,000
Legislative Drafting 3e By Atre
Apart from the basic principles of the legislative drafting, the book also deals with main parts of the legislation of an Act and their importance drafting of legislation, preparing a legislative scheme before actual drafting of legislations, drafting.
₦5,900
Muslim Law: Cases and Materials by Kholi

Contents 1 Marriage 2 Mahr Dower 3 Divorce In Islam 4 Maintenance Nafaqa 5 Guardianship Wilayat 6 Parentage Legitimacy And Acknowledgment 7 Gift Hiba 8 Will Wasiyat 9 Wakf 10 Pre-Emption Shufaa 11 Administration Of Estate Succession And Inheritance 12 Muslim Personal Law Shariat 13 Kazis Custom As A Source Of Law In Islam 14 Who Is A Muslim 798 pp.

₦9,200
Phillip's Constitutional and Administrative Law 8e ISE by Paul Jackson
Hood Phillips: Constitutional and Administrative Law is widely recognised as the leading text in its field and the most comprehensive guide to this increasingly complex area of law. This edition has been extensively revised within the existing structure to include changes and provide a contemporary survey of all aspects of public law in the United Kingdom. It includes: * Material on the devolution of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland incorporating the 1998 Devolution Statutes * Parliamentary procedure, privilege, electoral law, standards in public administration following the Nolan Report and reform of the House of Lords * The Human Rights Act 1998 and its implications * The Pinochet litigation
₦11,400
Plain Language for Lawyers 3e by Asprey
The idea that lawyers can - and should - write in plain language is not new. There have always been plain language lawyers. There just arena (TM)t enough of them. The plain language movement in Australia has been with us for decades. Plain language has been taught in law schools in Australia for almost 20 years. But still too many lawyers dona (TM)t write in language that clients, and other readers, can understand. Plain Language for Lawyers can help. Over the 18 years it has been in print and it has established itself in Australia and overseas as a comprehensive, entertaining and enormously useful text. It includes international references, contains practical advice, and can be read and enjoyed by anyone who is interested in plain language in the law. The 4th edition has been completely revised and updated. All cases, legislation and text references have been updated to 2009 Recent international developments in plain language are included Chapter 12, on the principles of legal interpretation, has been completely rewritten to cover the latest case law Chapter 13, the plain language vocabulary, has been extended Chapter 14, on email and the internet, has been updated, and includes the latest on defamation law Chapter 15 and 16, which cover document design for both print and the computer screen, have both been revised to include the latest research findings on typography, and the way we read and comprehend on-line material The global financial crisis has shown how complex legal and financial documents can conceal dangers for readers who dona (TM)t understand the legal risks of modern financial products. Now, more than ever, it is time for Plain Language for Lawyers.
₦3,900
Textbook of Arbitration and Conciliation with Alternative Dispute Resolution 2e by Saharay

RECOMMENDED COMBOS FOR TEXTBOOK ON ARBITRATION & CONCILIATION WITH ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION, 2E (ENGLISH) (PAPERBACK)

₦2,700
Textbook on Muslim Law By singh
Muslim law is applicable in more than fifty countries of the world and whenever some prevalent practices have been tried to be 'reformed' through legislation it is seen that they have reverted back to Quranic laws. With this little observation, in this book a humble attempt has been made to elaborated the whole Mohammedan Law in a very systematic, simple, lucid and concise form. As the uncodified law, every attempt has been made to discuss all Chapters in the changed perspectives as the law has been put into innovative process through judicial decisions and changed social thinking. The book is updated in all respect to case laws till November, 2009. I am quite confident that the book will serve the purpose of all those who want to get knowledge about the Muslim law. Besides, the book will be useful for the academicians, students, legal practitioners, judges etc. ISBN : 9789350850077
₦3,250
Textbook on Pleadings, Drafting and Conveyancing By Kafaltiya
The purpose of this "Practical Exercise Book" is to give a general idea to LL.B students about the art of Pleading and Conveyancing. It covers their course content on the subject. The object of pleading is to give a fair notice of the case of one party which has to be met by the other so that the contesting parties may direct their evidence to the issues disclosed by the pleadings. A practical lawyer needs the latest techniques of pleadings of suits, petitions, applications, writs etc. Similarly, drafting of the transfer of property rights has a target to avoid future disputes between the parties to the transaction. The function of pleading is not simply for the benefit of the parties but also for the assistance of the Court as a pleading defines the area of conflict within which a party to an action is bound to confine its claim or defence. Drafting a pleading for suits or applications is laying a foundation upon which the whole structure of claim or written statement of the defendant is built, or the defence is made. Drafting of pleadings is therefore an important work of a busy lawyer. A plaint or a written Statement is called pleadings. But it covers several interlocutory applications too. Conveyance means drafting of a transaction relating to some interest, right, estate in a property viz., possession, enjoyment of disposition etc. Drafting of a conveyance; i.e., drafting a transaction relating to creation, extinguishments, and declaration, or conferment of some right or obligation and limitation in a property right between two or more living persons including a "Will" requires certain formalities to make it a legal instrument. "Instrument" includes every document by which any right or liability is, or purports to be, created, transferred, limited, extended, extinguished or recorded. A fine legal instrument, therefore, is supposed to avoid future litigation and to solve legal problems that may arise in future under it. A lawyer should have a vision towards this
₦2,500
Understanding International Trade Law by Schnitzer
Understanding International Trade Law provides an accessible overview of international trade law and examines in detail the interconnection and the practical relevance of the different contracts to be concluded in pursuance of a single international sale transaction. The text focuses on the international sale of goods, which are transported by ship, road and air with the main attention being given to sea transport. It introduces the reader to the trade terms used in international sale contracts, in common law and Incoterms in particular. The text examines how the parties have to fulfill their relative duties, highlighting essential issues of contracts of carriage and cargo insurance. Special attention is given to aspects of financing international trade and securing payment. The text also highlights the importance of choosing the applicable law and dispute resolution mechanism.
₦3,900
Winfield and Jolowicz on Tort 18e ISE by Rogers
Winfield & Jolowicz is a leading textbook on the law of tort and a definitive, all embracing guide to the subject. Though centred firmly on English law, Winfield & Jolowicz continues to follow significant developments in other major Commonwealth countries and, where appropriate, European systems of tort law.
₦7,100
Law Express - Company Law by Taylor
The Law Express series is designed to help you revise effectively. This book is your guide to understanding
 essential concepts, remembering and applying key legislation and making your answers stand out!
₦1,950
Drafting Corporate and Commercial Agreements: Legal Drafting, Guidelines, Forms and Precedents By Rodney Ryder
Drafting Corporate and Commercial Agreement focuses on structuring commercial contracts effectively with a specific emphasis on issues that stem from the effective management and commercialisation of contracts.
₦17,500
Criminal Procedure Law and Practice, 2014 by del Carmen
Packed with examples from real-world situations faced by today's law enforcement
 professionals, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: LAW AND PRACTICE, 9e gives you a practical and
 authoritative look at the most current guidelines in criminal procedure. Comprehensive
 and accurate without bogging you down in unnecessary details, the text includes cutting-edge
 coverage of the law on arrests, searches and seizures, vehicle stops, use of force, interrogations,
 and line-ups. It also discusses current topics on racial profiling, DNA evidence, plea bargaining,
 seizures of text/email messages, technology, the USA Patriot Act, and much more. Long known for its
 relevance to law enforcement, it features interesting case briefs, sample police forms, hypothetical cases, and coverage of
 the most recent Supreme Court rulings. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac.

 
₦6,875
Criminal Law, 2014 by Samaha
Clear, concise, and cutting edge, Joel Samaha's best-selling CRIMINAL LAW,
 11th Edition helps you apply criminal law's enduring foundations and principles
 to fascinating court cases and specific crimes. With a balanced blend of case
 excerpts and author commentary, the author guides you as you sharpen your critical
 thinking and legal analysis skills. As you progress through the book, you'll learn
 about the general principles of criminal liability and its defenses, as well as the
 elements of crimes against persons, property, society, and the state. You'll also
 see these principles at work in the cases and
 crimes that illustrate them. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac.
 
₦6,255
Legal Maxims 11e By Brooms
A Substantial Collection of Legal Maxims That is Now an Accepted Classic Each maxim is expertly translated, and enhanced by Broom's knowledgeable explanatory essays that provide the source and meaning, and are in themselves extremely well-annotated. Taken in light of his excellent classification system, Broom's essays will facilitate an understanding of the principles of common law. This popular book obtained a wide circulation and went through many editions, this being a reprint of the eighth (and last) American edition of 1882. Includes an Alphabetical List of Legal Maxims, a Table of Cases and Index. "His is the very best book of the kind extant." -J.G. Marvin, Legal Bibliography 152 Herbert Broom [1815-1822] was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, and was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in 1840, where he occupied the post of reader of common law. He was the author of two novels and several works on different aspects of law, including Commentaries on the Common Law (1856), Constitutional Law Viewed in Relation to Common Law and Exemplified by Cases (1866) and Philosophy of Law: Notes and Lectures 1876-8. CONTENTS Ch.I. Sec. I. Rules Founded in Public Policy Sec. II. Rules of Legislative Policy Ch. II. Maxims Relating to the Crown Ch. III. Sec. I. The Judicial Office Sec. II. The Mode of Administering Justice Ch. IV. Rules of Logic Ch. V. Fundamental Legal Principles Ch. VI. Acquisition, Enjoyment and Transfer of Property Sec. I. The Mode of Acquiring Property Sec. II. Property-Its Rights and Liabilities Sec. III. The Transfer of Property Ch. VII. Rules Relating to Marriage and Descent Ch. VIII. The Interpretation of Deeds and Written Instruments Ch. IX. The Law of Contracts Ch. X. Maxims Applicable to the Law of Evidence
₦9,300
Criminal Investigation A Practical Textbook for Magistrates, Police Officers and Lawyers 5th Edition By Gross

Contents

Preface
Introduction to the Second Edition

I. THE INVESTIGATOR :
1. General Considerations
2. The Duties of the Investigator
3. The Procedure of the Investigator
4. Preconceived Theories
5. Certain Qualities Essential to an Investigator
6. Knowledge of Men
7. Finding his Bearings
8. Preparation of Cases for Court
9. The "Expeditious" Investigator
10. Accuracy and Precision in Details

II. EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES AND ACCUSED :
1. General Considerations
2. Examination of Witnesses :
i. When a Witness Wishes to Speak the Truth :
a. Fundamental Considerations :
(i) Perception
(ii) Memory

b. Special Considerations :
(i) Strong Feeling as a Cause of Inaccuracy of Observation
(ii) Inaccurate Observations Following Wounds on the Head
(iii) Differences in the Observing Powers, Resulting from Differences in the Natural Qualities and Intellectual Culture of The Observer :
(a) Children
(b) Boys
(c) Girls
(d) Adolescents
(e) Middle-aged People
(F) Old People

2. Examination of Witnesses and Accused-continued :
i. When the Witness docs not Wish to Speak the Truth
ii. Pathological Lying

Examination of the Accused

III. INSPECTION OF LOCALITIES :
1. Preparation
2. What to do at the Scene of Offence
3. The Actual Description of the Scene of Offence
4. Search for Hidden Objects

IV. EQUIPMENT OF THE INVESTIGATOR
V. THE SCIENTIFIC EXPERT AND THE INVESTIGATOR :
1. The Selection and Packing of Material for Expert Examination :
i. Clothing
ii. Small Samples
iii. Bulky Samples
iv. Liquids
v. Organs and Body Fluids
vi. Blood and Bloodstains
vii. Labelling

2. The Role of the Medico-Legal Expert
3. The Role of the Chemist
4. The Role of the Biologist and Mineralogist
5. Expert Examination :
i. The Search for, and Identification of, Bloodstains
ii. Other Body Fluids
iii. Stomach Contents, Intestinal Contents and Excreta
iv. Hairs
v. Fibres
vi. Wood Fragments
vii. Dust and Debris :
a. Road and Footpath Dusts
b. Dust Deposited from the Air
c. Industrial Dusts
d. Occupational Dusts
e. Methods of Collecting and Examining Dusts

viii. Broken Glass
ix. Other Materials

6. Laboratory Aspects of Sexual Offences
7. Laboratory Aspects of Larceny and Breaking Offences :
i. Larceny :
a. Larceny of Tomatoes
b. Larceny of a Car Battery
c. Larceny of Fowls

ii. Breaking Offences :
a. Premises
b. Safe-breaking

8. Handwriting
9. Photography :
i. Importance of Photography from a Judicial Point of View
ii. Particular Cases of the Employment of Photography
iii. Recognition of Criminals from their Photographs

10. The Scientific Investigator: Fingerprints :
i. General Observations
ii. Fingerprint Identification
iii. Apparatus for Fingerprint Examination at Scenes of Crime
iv. Fingerprint Examination at Scenes of Crime
v. Palmprints
vi. Prints of the Bare Foot
vii. Packing Articles for Fingerprint Examination
viii. Single Fingerprint Collections
ix. Scenes of Crime Collections
x. Fingerprint Evidence
xi. Missing Persons
xii. Fingerprint v. Personal Identification
xiii. The Radio Transmission of Fingerprints
xiv. Fingerprints of Twins

VI. THE PRESS
VII. PRACTICES OF CRIMINALS :
1. Disguising the Face
2. False Names
3. Pretended Illnesses and Pains :
i. " Illness " of Witnesses or Suspects before the Court
ii. Sudden " Illness" of Accused or Witnesses when Under Examination :
a. Blindness
b. Deafness
c. Epilepsy
d. Fainting Fits
e. Insanity

4. Hand Signals
5. Secret Writing
6. Signals of Recognition

VIII. SLANG EXPRESSIONS COMMONLY USED BY THIEVES :
1. Arrest, Sentences, Prison, etc
2. Money, Cheques, etc
3. Jewellery
4. People
5. Places, Articles, etc
6. Miscellaneous Expressions

IX. CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF WEAPONS :
1. Firearms :
i. General Considerations
ii. Questions Involved in Firearms Examination
iii. Different Kinds of Firearms :
a. Guns (Including Rifles)
b. Shot-Guns :
(i) Types of Shot-Guns
(ii) Airguns
(iii) Bore of Shot-Guns
(iv) Barrels of Shot-Guns
(v) Explosive Action :
(a) Muzzle-Loaders
(b) Breech-Loaders

c. Rifles :
(i) Muzzle-Loading Rifles
(ii) Breech-Loading Rifles

b. Pistols
c. Revolvers
d. Sub-Machine Guns

iv. Ammunition :
a. Powder
b. The Projectile

v. Objects Hit by a Projectile

2. Cutting and Stabbing Weapons :
i. General Considerations
ii. Cutting and Stabbing Weapons Properly so Called :
a. Sword-Arms
b. Arms in the Form of a Knife
c. Arms in the Shape of a Lance or Spear
d. Oriental Weapons

X. DRAWING AND ALLIED ARTS :
1. General Considerations
2. Drawing :
i. Plan of the Interior of a House
ii. Sketch of Dwelling
iii. Sketch of the Environs of the House
iv. Sketch of a Larger Portion of Country
v. Reproduction of Drawings, Printed Matter, Etc

3. Drawing on Squared Paper
4. The National Grid
5. Modelling
6. Piecing Together Torn Paper
7. Preserving and Deciphering Burnt Paper

XI. FOOTPRINTS AND OTHER Impressions :
1. Footprints :
i. The Measurement of the Print
ii. The " Trace " Itself :
a. The Walking Image
b. The Line of Direction
c. The Line of March
d. The Line of the Foot
e. The Length of the Step
f. Other Kinds of Walking

iii. The Reproduction of Footprints

2. Casts :
i. General Considerations
ii. Casts of Impressions in Soil :
a. Plaster of Paris :
(i) Mixing the Plaster

b. Resin and Wax

iii. Internal Casting
iv. Impressions In Dust
v. Identification of Foot Impressions
vi. Taking Specimen Impressions
vi. Casts of Implement Marks, Tooth Marks, Etc :
a. Wood's Metal
b. Plastic Materials :
(i) Plasticine
(ii) Dental Composition

c. Plaster of Paris

vii. Tooth Marks
viii. Positive Casts
ix. Moulage-Casts of the Human Body :
a. Method of Use

x. Marks Made by Vehicles

3. The Redevelopment of Latent Impressions On Metals, Etc. :
i. Technique
ii. ' Re-Etching :
a. Cast Iron and Cast Steel
b. Wrought, Drawn and Forged Irons and Steels
c. Aluminium
d. Copper, Brass, German Silver and Other Copper Alloys
e. Stainless Steel
f. Lead (Motor-Car Batteries, Etc.)
g. Zinc
h. German Silver
i. Tin
j. Silver
k. Gold and Platinum
l. Wood
m. Leather
n. Rubber

iii. The Identification of Type Marks
iv. Fine Scratch and Depressed Marks

XII. CRYPTOGRAPHY
XIII. THEFT :
1. General Considerations
2. Thieves' Scouts and Spies
3. Thieves' Equipment
4. Accomplices
5. The Theft Itself
6. Burglary and Housebreaking :
i. Entering by the Window
ii. Entering by the Door :
a. Attacking the Door Itself
b. Attacking the Lock

iii. Entering in Other Ways

7. Pocket-Picking
8. Sneak Thefts
9. Thefts in Bazaars and Shops
10. Domestic Thefts

XIV. CHEATING AND FRAUD :
1. General Considerations
2. Falsification of Documents :
i. In General
ii. The Examination of False Documents :
a. Paper Testing
b. Inks :
(i) Age of Inks
(ii) Analysis of Inks

3. Coining
4. Mock Auctions and Rigged Sales
5. Card-Sharping, Cheating at Games, Confidence Tricks :
i. Card-Sharping and Cheating at Games
ii. Confidence Tricks

6. Types of Fraud :
i. Sharepushing
ii. Greyhound Racing Track Frauds
iii. Long Firm Frauds
iv. Fraud On Banks-"Kite Flying"
v. Frauds Relating to Antiquities and Works of Art :
a. Prehistoric Objects
b. Egyptian Antiquities
c. Antique Pottery
d. Glassware
e. Old COINS and Medals
f. Pictures
g. Articles of Earthenware, Stone and Porcelain
h. Manuscripts, Books and Bindings
i. Furniture and Upholstery
j. Weapons
k. Miscellaneous

XV. ARSON :
1. General Considerations
2. Quasi-Spontaneous Combustion :
i. Through Physical Causes
ii. Through Chemical Causes

3. Spontaneous Combustion Proper :
i. Spontaneous Combustion in Hay
ii. Cotton Fires
iii. Other Combustible Materials

4. Ignition Point and Flash Point-Appendix

XVI. ROAD ACCIDENTS
XVII. THE CRIMINAL RECORD OFFICE :
1. Records of Criminals
2. Prisoner's Property Index
3. Crime Index
4. Property Index
5. Stolen Motor-Vehicle Index
6. Publications

XVIII. INTERNATIONAL CRIME : INTERPOL


₦8,400
On The Law of Fraud and Mistake 7e by Kerr

Kerr on the law of fraud and mistake : including misrepresentation generally, undue influence, fiduciary relationship, constructive and imputed notice, etc.

₦9,200
The Art of a Lawyer: Cross Examination, Advocacy, Courtmanship 10e By Malik
The articles included in this volume are practical and inspirational in nature. The doyns of the Legal Fraternity have shared their valuable experiences in the field of Advocacy, Cross Examination and Courtmanship. This edition has been exhaustively enhanced with number of new chapters dealing with more diverse areas within the ambit of subject of Advocacy. We hope that this edition as its predecessors will stand to the test of time and shall find place on shelves of Lawyers, Judges, Law Schools and everybody concerned with the subject.
₦30,000
Modern Legal Drafting : A Guide to Using Clearer Language 2e by Butt
In the second edition of this highly regarded text, the authors show how and why traditional legal language has developed the peculiar characteristics that make legal documents inaccessible to the end users. Incorporating recent research and case law, the book provides a critical examination of case law and the rules of interpretation. Detailed case studies illustrate how obtuse or outdated words, phrases and concepts can be rewritten, reworked or removed altogether. Particularly useful is the step-by-step guide to drafting in the modern style, using examples from four types of common legal documents: leases, company constitutions, wills and conveyances. Readers will gain an appreciation of the historical influences on drafting practice and the use of legal terminology. They will learn about the current moves to reform legal language, and receive clear instruction on how to make their writing clearer and their legal documents more useful.
₦5,500
Mediation Advocacy By Goodman
"Mediation is not a soft option for the advocate. If you are unprepared, if you do not know what to expect, if you do not know what you are doing, your client will be at a considerable disadvantage and you will come unstuck. This book is aimed at lawyers and other professional advocates who represent clients in mediation. It is written not only for ""first-timers"" needing to learn about the basics of mediation very quickly, particularly as to what they should expect and how they should prepare. More seasoned advocates wishing to specialise in mediation advocacy and who want to develop the particular skills that it requires will also find it invaluable. ""The advocacy skills necessary in a mediation are quite different from those required for the (usually civilised) battle that takes place in a courtroom. That is why ìMediation Advocacyî is such a valuable book. It gives a great deal of very useful advice as to how to prepare for and conduct a mediation from beginning to end. It is an intensely practical book. It will be of great benefit to all those who conduct litigation."" Lord Justice Dyson, Foreword."
₦2,900
The Principles and Precedents of the Art of Cross Examination 10e By Aiyar
Cross Examination is perhaps the most crucial aspect of court Iprocedures, once charges have been framed. It is truly an art that has to be learnt and mastered by the lawyer. The book by Aiyar and Aiyar is considered as an authority on the subject. The classical illustrations in the form of model questions are very useful for framing the grounds to cross examine various types of witnesses. The current edition of the book is a treatise on the art of cross examination and carefully examines every minute detail of the concepts pertaining to cross examination. The book is exhaustive in content, coherent and consistent in dealing with all the principles and practices in cross examination. A large number of cases have been incorporated to give practical examples and for a greater understanding of the subject. The book will be a valuable reference for legal practitioners and students of law as well.
₦18,000
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