International Journal of Legal Developments & Allied Issues

International Journal of Legal Developments & Allied Issues is a Bi-Monthly e-Journal of Law bearing ISSN: 2454-1273. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Implementing International Humanitarian Law through ICRC- A Way Forward

Violent conflicts have posed a challenge to human civilization since ages. Epidemiological studies indicate that war ranks among the top-ten causes of death worldwide.  Populations affected by armed conflict experience severe public health consequences, mediated by population displacement, food scarcity, and the collapse of basic health services, which together often give rise to complex humanitarian

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Beyond Consent: Challenging the Idea of Marital Rape as an Exception

The Road Infrastructure Development and Refurbishment Investment Tax Credit Executive Order 2019 provided the basis for the participation of private companies in the development and refurbishment of public road infrastructure in Nigeria and the utilization of road tax credits issued under the scheme to offset agreed project costs of participants. The scheme accords with the

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An Overview of the Road Infrastructure Development and Refurbishment Investment Tax Credit Scheme Executive Order 2019 and its Potential Constitutional and Legal Challenges

The Road Infrastructure Development and Refurbishment Investment Tax Credit Executive Order 2019 provided the basis for the participation of private companies in the development and refurbishment of public road infrastructure in Nigeria and the utilization of road tax credits issued under the scheme to offset agreed project costs of participants. The scheme accords with the

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Ubi Jus, Ibi Remedium – A Critical Analysis

It is a cause of concern that delay caused in the courts is a perpetual problem faced by litigants who knock the sacred door of the temple of justice with great expectations. The non delivery of the judgments and orders within the stipulated time period is a cause of concern and these delays are created

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