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Making Things Anew: A Review of The Supreme Court’s Approach To Constitutional Infractions

CATEGORIES Constitutional Law

In the well known case of Marbury v Madison[1], Chief Justice Marshall counsels: “certainly all those who have framed written constitutions contemplate them as forming the fundamental and paramount law of the nation, and consequently the theory of every such government must be, that an act of the legislature...

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by Samuel Nartey | on | 1 Comment

Parliamentary Approval is Required for the Termination of Agreements with Government – Discuss

Case Summaries Constitutional Law

A lot of ink has been spilt on parliamentary approval of agreements with the Government of Ghana in recent times. Rafts of Supreme Court decisions exist setting aside agreements entered into by foreign persons (natural and juridical) with the government of Ghana. The reason? – these agreements lacked...

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by Samuel Alesu-Dordzi | on | 3 Comments