A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF ARTIFICIAL HUMAN REPRODUCTION: AN ISLAMIC LAW PERSPECTIVE

Price: 5000 Naira ABSTRACT Reproductive rights attained recognition at the 1994 Cairo International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) with the proclamation that reproductive rights embraces “the right to attain the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health and the right to make decisions on reproduction free from discrimination, coercion or violence” to the effect that women should be free to decide whether and when to have children, exercise their choices without coercion, and be able to obtain the best reproductive health care available, regardless of their personal circumstances. Reproductive rights therefore, has generated intense…

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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WIFES RIGHT TO MAINTENANCE IN ISLAMIC AND STATUTORY LAWS IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF ZARIA AND SABON-GARI COMMUNITIES OF KADUNA STATE.

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT Majority of men in the society are ignorant of the wife’s right of maintenance in Islamic and statutory laws. HoweverIslam has provided the wife with the right to maintenance as enshrined in the holy Quran and statutory law respectively. But certain factors are militating against the enjoyment of such rights. Husbands do not maintain their wives according to what the holy Quran and statutes stipulate. It was therefore, investigated whether the Muslim and Christian wives are aware of such right as enshrined in the Holy Quran and statutes respectively. Do the…

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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MODERN AND CUSTOMARY ARBITRATION IN NIGERIA

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT < h1 style=”text-align: This thesis conceptualized dispute as an integral part of man’s existence and a common occurrence in human societies which could arise as a result of differences in opinion, political ideologies, bad governance, ethnic nationalism, land matters, family issues, some economic or religious reasons, and in some cases a combination of two or more of these factors which may lead to conflicts. These conflicts may result in strained relationships, loss of lives and/or properties, hence the need for a dispute settlement mechanism which may be modern or traditional. The…

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE CONCEPT OF FREEDOM OF RELIGION UNDER THE SHARI‘AH AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

Price: 5000 Naira ABSTRACT This study analyzes the compatibility of Shariah with International Law on freedom of religion. As a subject of colossal complexity and variation, detailed examination is restricted to the highly contentious issues of the right to change religion (otherwise termed apostasy in Islamic law), the religious rights of non-Muslims (Dhimma) in an Islamic State, relations of law and religion (state religion), blasphemy/defamation of religion, and the application of the doctrine of jihad in defence of the Islamic faith, etc. Today, the serious disregard and infringement of freedom of religion by both State…

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN JUDGMENT IN NIGERIA AND UNITED KINGDON: A CASE FOR CYBER JURISDICTION

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT < h1 style=”text-align: Under Private International Law, enforcement of foreign judgment or its recognition is the whole mark of every proceeding. Without them, this spare of law will make little or no sense at all and international transactions will suffer a setback. They serve as guarantee that an act adjudged wrong by the court of competent jurisdiction in one state will same effect in other state. This research work intends to make comparative analysis of the conditions and procedures of enforcing foreign judgment as well as making case for cyber jurisdiction.…

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DIRECTORS’ DUTIES OF CARE AND SKILL AND FIDUCIARY DUTIES OF LOYALTY AND GOOD FAITH UNDER THE COMPANIES’ ACTS OF NIGERIA AND THE UNITED KINDGOM

Price: 6000 Naira ABSTRACT < h1 style=”text-align: < p style=” text-align:=”” justify;”=””> Having been in existence for about twenty five years now, the Companies and Allied Matters Act 1990 ―CAMA‖ is long overdue for review. The many calls for the review of the law have not particularly singled out the director‘s duties of care and skill and fiduciary duties of loyalty and good faith. Yet, a cursory look at the statement of duties under the CAMA leaves much to be desired. The United Kingdom relatively recently reviewed its company law and now operates the Companies…

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AN APPRAISAL OF INCOME TAX ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES UNDER THE NIGERIAN TAX SYSTEM

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT < h1 style=”text-align: The imposition, collection and administration of income tax in Nigeria are basically statutory, which had undergone significant reforms with the object of providing solutions to the lingering problems of enforcement procedures. The existing body of literature on taxpayer compliance developed over the years in Nigeria. Nigeria made considerable investment in tax legislative reforms, taxpayer education programs, tax enforcement strategies, and sophisticated system of tax administration using new technologies. However, what prompted this research work is that despite those reforms, reviews and changes in the legislation compared to its…

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A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF PRESIDENTIAL POWERS UNDER THE 1999 NIGERIAN CONSTITUTION

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT < h1 style=”text-align: Constitutional power, being the power fashioned out through the sovereign free will of the people, is basically meant to regulate the conduct of both the government and the governed. It is central to politics. The 1999 Nigerian Constitution vests executive powers in the President who is the Chief Executive. Similarly, the 1999 Constitution confers on the President, the power to assent to bills and modify existing laws. Even though there is provision for delegation of powers, such delegates act only for and on behalf of the President hence…

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