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  • West African Contribution to the Law of International Watercourses 

    Rowny, K. (Obafemi Awolowo University Press, 1974-05-14)
    The idea of the non-navigational uses of international watercourses has been mooted in international treaties and in the doctrine of international law. This issue arises because water flowing from one country to another ...
  • Nigeria and International Law: Today and Tomorrow 

    Ijalaye, D.A (Obafemi Awolowo University, 1978-03-06)
    In the belief that an inaugural lecture is an intellectual reaction to the problems of the community, and on the understanding that my immediate community for this purpose is Nigeria, I will be touching on the Nigerian ...
  • International Law and Struggle for the Freedom and Welfare of Man in Africa 

    Sagay, Itsejuwa E. (Obafemi Awolowo University Press, 1982-06-03)
    In this lecture, I intend to examine very briefly, the status of Human Rights in International Law, and its state within the independent countries of Africa, including intra-African practice in this vital aspect of human ...
  • Transplant and Mongrels and the Law: the Nigeria Experiment 

    Okunniga, A.A.O. (Obafemi Awolowo University Press, 1983-05-17)
    The words "transplant" and "mongrels" as used in this lecture are not technical words (or legal words) and they are used here only by way of analogy. Analogy is so frequent in law that it could be said that it is a tool ...
  • Landmarks in Nigerian Labour Law 

    Odumosu, O. I. (Obafemi Awolowo University Press, 1987-01-13)
    The contractual relationship between the employer and the employee (master and servant) is crucial for the meaningful operation of a system of collective bargaining. Equally important is the existence of strong trade union ...
  • COMMERCIAL LAW IN THE CONTEXT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE 

    Fabunmi, J. O. (OAU PRESS, 1987-05-12)
    Commercial activities persist endlessly in time of peace and war. Government may be overthrown in coups, wars may break out, national disasters may occur but somehow commercial activities continue on a regular basis. 1 ...
  • Title to Land in Nigeria: Past and Present 

    Oretuyi, Solomon Akinboye (1991-06-11)
    In this Inaugural Lecture I shall discuss title to land in Nigeria before and after March 29, 1978. One characteristic of the land holding before 1978 was the dual system of land tenure. Under the dual system of tenure, ...
  • Dynamics of a New World Environmental Legal Order 

    Okorodudu-Fubara, M.T. (1999-04-13)
    Vice-Chancellor Sir, I regard it a singular honour and distinct privilege by divine grace of Almighty God, Creator of the universe, supreme Architect of the "Environment" (my special field of intellectual interest), to ...