Law & Political Review

Law & Political Review is an Annual e-Journal of Law, Public Policy & Political Science bearing ISSN: 2581-7191. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law, Public Policy & Politics and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Matrimonial Agreements: Solutions to the Perennial Problem of Matrimonial Regimes in Cameroonian Law

To date, the mystery of matrimonial regimes in Cameroonian law has not been resolved. Both legislative and case law confusion remains. Legal pluralism, different forms of marriage, discriminatory pre-torque mentalities are all obstacles that seem insurmountable in a context where uniformity in family law is a provocation and harmonisation a temptation. In addition, the fate

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A Legal Anatomy of Ethno-Religious Intolerance Ravaging Nigeria Economy

Nigeria is a country that has more than 250 ethnic groups. It has many languages and religions. The rate of ethno-religious crises in Nigeria has recently increased because of the political effect of ethnicity and religion. This is evident in the level of destruction of lives and property emanating from restiveness developing from ethnicity and

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Quarantine of a Private Practising Advocate

The purpose of writing this article is to highlight the practical problems which private practising advocate is facing in the real time scenario by the constraints influenced by dependent systems and being a social engineer as a primary interface to the common man. Examples had been taken just to analyze the practical problems and definitely

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Elder Abuse is Often a Silent Crime

Nobel Laureate Mr. Kofi Annan rightly stated that, “Trees grow stronger over the years, rivers wider. Likewise, with age, human beings gain immeasurable depth and breadth of experience and wisdom. That is why older persons should be not only respected and revered; they should be utilized as the rich resource to society that they are”.[i]

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The Use of Forensic Evidence in Criminal Trials

The importance of forensic evidence in criminal investigations and trials is rising. It is an essential technique for connecting criminal suspects to crimes and can be used to determine guilt or innocence. The use of forensic evidence in criminal proceedings is, however, sometimes a contentious and complicated topic. This study will look at how India’s

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