Non-Wearing of Face Masks in Ghana: Is it a Criminal Offence or Administrative Directive?

Ghana Law Hub- July 10, 2020

By: John Kwesi Hagan Jnr On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, the Director-General of the World Health Organisation declared the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) a pandemic. The ... Read More

Leveraging Covid-19 To Deliver Technology-Based Learning Into The Future

African Centre on Law and Ethics -GIMPA- July 8, 2020

On Wednesday, 3rd June 2020, Kojo Bentsi-Enchill Esq., Founder and Retired Senior Partner of Bentsi- Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah, delivered via Zoom, the fifth edition of ... Read More

Security Without Security – Lessons For Banks, And Similar Institutions (2)

Frederick Gurah Sampson- July 1, 2020

Under the Lands Registry In addition to registration under the Companies Act and Borrowers and Lenders Act, any security created over landed or immovable property ... Read More

International Trade And Investment Relations After The Pandemic: Africa Rising?

African Centre on Law and Ethics -GIMPA- June 10, 2020

On Wednesday, 27th May 2020, Dr. Alex Ansong, Senior Lecturer and Head of Public Law Department at the GIMPA Faculty of Law, delivered via Zoom, ... Read More

The Meaning Of ‘Judiciary’ in Articles 126(1), 127(4) And (5) Of the Constitution 1992: A Critique of Judicial Service Association Of Ghana v. Attorney-General & Ors

Derick Adu-Gyamfi- June 1, 2020

Introduction The venerable Lord Denning in his seminal book, the Closing Chapter, Butterworth’s, 1983 at page 93 on the legislative approach or purposive approach in the ... Read More

Is Akrong vrs. Bulley Still Good Law?

Justice Alexander Osei Tutu- May 29, 2020

Introduction It is common knowledge that capacity is a fundamental legal principle in the commencement of any legal suit, the lack of which strips a ... Read More

Regional Governance In The Wake Of Covid-19 And Prospects For The Future

African Centre on Law and Ethics -GIMPA- May 21, 2020

On Wednesday 13th May 2020, Mr. Edmund A. Foley, the Director of Programs at the Institute of Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA) located ... Read More

Applicable Laws in Respect of Aviation Accidents Caused by International Airlines Resulting in Personal Injury or Death

Limann A. Mohammed- January 13, 2020

Introduction  Aviation  plays a vital role in facilitating economic growth, global connectivity, business and tourism  in developing countries like Ghana. The burgeoning demand for air transport ... Read More

Reflections on the Commissioner-General’s Power to Recover Taxes from Third-Party Debtors

Mawukoenya Nutekpor- September 16, 2019

Introduction: In recent times, some banks and financial institutions have been freezing their customers account based on notices from the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) represented ... Read More

What is AfCFTA? And what does Ghana’s hosting of the AfCFTA Secretariat mean for the Country, Legally Speaking?

Christopher Nyinevi- July 22, 2019

I. Introduction At its 12thExtraordinary Summit held from 6 to 7 July 2019 in the Nigerien capital Niamey, the African Union chose Ghana to host ... Read More