THE LAW OF PROPERTY

Property law or the law of property is the area of law concerned with the study of the legal relations between persons with respect to things. The things in question are, as economists convince us, scarce resources, for where things Read More …

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NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS

SECTION  1:  Definition and distinct characteristics of negotiable instruments  Definition The negotiable instrument refers to a promissory note, bill of exchange or cheque payable either to order or bearer. These three instruments are usually characterised as negotiable instruments. Some writers Read More …

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INSURANCE Defination

SECTION 1. DEFINITION OF THE CONTRACT OF INSURANCE AND INSURER A contract of insurance is a contract wherea person called insurer undertakes, against payment of a premium or more, to provide a person named insured or beneficiary a cash Read More …

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AGENCY Defination

Modern business is becoming more complex day day. As such it is not possible for an individual to carry out business singly. He must necessarily depend on others for the efficient running of the business. He must delegate some Read More …

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SALE OF GOODS

SECTION 1. Definition A contract of sale of goods is a contract wherethe seller transfers or agrees to transfer the property in goods to the buyer for a price in the form of money. A contract of sale may Read More …

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LAW OF CONTRACT

SECTION 1. General overview on Contract The scope of the law governing contract The article one of the new legislation governing contracts has defined the scope of the law in order to clarify the parts of the Civil Code Book Read More …

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LAW OF TORT

SECTION 1. The Liability for personal acts 1.1. The wrongful act or fault  1.1.1. Culpability The culpability can consist in the fault as violation of a rule, as a fault without a violation of a rule or abuse of authority.Fault, Read More …

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LAW OF PERSONS

According the law a “person” is defined as a “being” that can have rights and duties or obligations, and that has, therefore, capacities to play a part in the life of a given community. Rwandan law distinguishes between two classes Read More …

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THE BUSINESS DISPUTES RESOLUTION

SECTION1:  REVIEW OF KEY CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS REGARDING                         THE COURT SYSTEM As said above, there are several Constitution provisions related to the Court System. The Constitution and other laws are clear about the ordinary courts and specialized courts.  Ordinary Read More …

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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

SECTION 1. MEANING As a scientific subject or discipline, Administrative law is an autonomous branch of public law comprising the special rules concerning the organisation and functioning of the administration, the activities of the administration and also litigation should be Read More …

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