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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The Role of Anti-Money Laundering Laws and Institutions in Promoting Financial Integrity and Transparency towards Achieving SDG 16 in Nigeria

This paper investigates the crucial role of anti-money laundering (AML) laws and institutions in Nigeria in achieving the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16 objectives of encouraging peace, justice, and strong institutions. For decades, Nigeria has unsuccessfully grappled with the challenge of establishing an effective legal framework to tackle money laundering, especially in the government space.

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Protection of Secret Traditional Knowledge and Associated Genetic Resources During Litigation and Mediation

Trade secret is a favoured medium for the protection of traditional knowledge and associated genetic resources. The ease of using trade secrets is seamless as no registration is required, rather, the commercially relevant tradition and/or the use of associated genetic resource(s) should be kept secret and practically protected to benefit from trade secrets protection designed

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One Nationality, Multiple Loyalties: Challenges and Legal Safeguards

There has been a growing trend in recent years where it is argued that the nation-state is losing its ability to dictate the political allegiance of its citizens. Instead, citizens are increasingly seeing loyalty as a personal choice. These claims become more evident for various reasons. One of them is the increasing number of identifications

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Understanding the Doctrine of ‘Caveat Emptor/ Venditor Rule’ as a Guide to Electronic Commerce Transactions in Cameroon: A Critical Appraisals

It comes as no surprise that the growing influence of the internet and information technologies have ushered in the development of a medium of transacting or doing business called ‘Electronic Commerce’. Pertinent concerns are raised as to whether this form of commerce guarantees parties’ expectations and standards. Indeed, it is no gainsay that with such

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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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