International Journal of Law and Society

Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2022

  • South Africa’s Legal and Constitutional ‘Rain’ Showering over the Office of the Public Protector

    Nomthandazo Ntlama-Makhanya

    Issue: Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2022
    Pages: 342-349
    Received: 7 June 2022
    Accepted: 18 July 2022
    Published: 11 October 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijls.20220504.11
    Abstract: The establishment of the office of the Public Protector alongside other Chapter 9 institutions in the Constitution 1996 in supporting South Africa’s constitutional democracy signaled the needed dramatic change in the promotion of good governance. The Public Protector is a unique institution that was designed as the cornerstone, pillar and foundatio... Show More
  • Accreditation of Law Programmes in Nigeria: A Case for Review

    Nasiru Tijani, Gbemi Odusote

    Issue: Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2022
    Pages: 350-358
    Received: 27 September 2022
    Accepted: 20 October 2022
    Published: 28 October 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijls.20220504.12
    Abstract: The number of Law Faculties in Nigeria have increased exponentially since the first four Law Faculties were established in the country in the early sixties. Accreditation is a pre-condition for the take-off of such faculties, and it is undertaken by the Council of Legal Education (CLE) and the National Universities Commission (NUC). The roles of th... Show More
  • The Responsibility of the Administrators in the Processes Falencias and in the Preventive Bankruptcy

    Alexis Matias Marega

    Issue: Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2022
    Pages: 359-370
    Received: 17 July 2022
    Accepted: 29 July 2022
    Published: 4 November 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijls.20220504.13
    Abstract: The faulty responsibility together with the institutes of the extension of the bankruptcy (art. 160 to 171, LCQ) and the inefficiency bankruptcy (arts. 118 and 119, LCQ), make up the triad of patrimonial integration of the Argentine food law. However, the responsibility of the administrators for their actions in a company whose preventive bankruptc... Show More
  • The Relevance of Natural Justice in the Decision-Making Processes of Public Bodies and Officials in Ghana

    Ronald Osei Mensah

    Issue: Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2022
    Pages: 371-377
    Received: 11 October 2022
    Accepted: 3 November 2022
    Published: 16 November 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijls.20220504.14
    Abstract: As its name implies, Natural Justice is so fundamental that it is equated to being innate, intuitive or instinctive. It is essentially designed to ensure fairness in the application of law. This paper aims to discuss the relevance of natural justice in the decision-making processes of public bodies and officials, taking the 1992 constitution of Gha... Show More
  • UNCITRAL Model Law Development of Arbitration Framework for EPC Disclosure of Travaux Preparatoires Using Political Expedience of Tax Planning

    Zharama Llarena

    Issue: Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2022
    Pages: 378-386
    Received: 4 November 2022
    Accepted: 17 November 2022
    Published: 29 November 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijls.20220504.15
    Abstract: Corporate Governance is a conceptual framework of business designs intended to illustrate the various activities of a company towards fulfilling its profit goals as private stakeholder and contributing to public interests for social obligation of sustainable development. Disclosure of corporate social responsibility is the central mechanism of corp... Show More
  • The Kampala Convention on Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria: The Need for Its Domestication in Nigeria

    Kesiena Urhibo

    Issue: Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2022
    Pages: 387-394
    Received: 1 October 2022
    Accepted: 7 December 2022
    Published: 27 December 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijls.20220504.16
    Abstract: In order to comprehend the challenges at hand, this article explains essential terms and investigates how internal displacement is managed in Nigeria using the Kampala Convention as a reference. The Kampala Convention and supplementary pertinent Nigerian regulations were also discussed in this article, despite the Nigerian government's inability to... Show More
  • Regulation Paths of Regulatory Sandbox Entry Mechanism in China

    Mi Wang

    Issue: Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2022
    Pages: 395-406
    Received: 30 November 2022
    Accepted: 14 December 2022
    Published: 27 December 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijls.20220504.17
    Abstract: With the rapid development of Fintech, in the end of 2019, China introduced the “regulatory sandbox” mechanism which had developed very fast in recent years. Although some relevant regulations and policies have been issued, there is no mature and applicable regulation relating to the regulatory sandbox in China. Risks in the regulatory sandbox migh... Show More