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On the order of precedence of persons in Ghana, Article 57 (2) of the 1992 Constitution provides that: “The President shall take precedence over all other persons in Ghana; and in descending order, the Vice-President, the Speaker of Parliament and the Chief Justice, shall take precedence over all other persons in Ghana. On succession to...
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INTRODUCTION According to Yale Medicine1, surrogacy is simply a process where a woman carries and delivers a child for a couple or individual. The free encyclopedia, Wikipedia2, also defines surrogacy as an arrangement, often supported by a legal agreement, whereby a woman agrees to deliver for another person or people, who will become the child’s...
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PARTIES TO A CONVEYANCE According to Section 38 (3) of the Land Act, 2020 (Act 1036): “in conveyance for valuable consideration of an interest in land that is jointly acquired during the marriage, the spouses (wife and husband) shall be deemed to be parties to the conveyance, unless a contrary intention is expressed in the...
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Introduction A WILL is defined as a declaration in a prescribed manner of the intention of the person making it with regard to matters with which he or she wishes to take effect upon or after his or her death (Halbury’s Law of England, 4th ed). This means that if you want to determine how...
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KNOW THE LAW ON PRESUMPTION OF DEATH AND DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE   Introduction Section 15 of the Matrimonial Causes Act, 1971 (Act 367) provides that any married person may present a petition to the court to have it presumed that the other party to the marriage is dead and to have the marriage dissolved. It...
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INTRODUCTION The Labour (Domestic Workers) Regulations, 2020, L.I. 2408 was made on 11th June, 2020 to protect the rights of domestic workers and define the employment relationship between domestic workers and their employers in Ghana.   The Regulations define domestic work to include; “domestic chores performed in any home or domestic setting, informal work performed...
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INTRODUCTION The REGISTRATION OF BUSINESS NAMES ACT, 1962 ACT 151 (“ACT 151”) provides the legal regime for the registration of business names mostly referred to as sole proprietorships. The sole proprietorships are mostly the types of businesses owned and controlled by individuals. They are commonly suffixed or added at the end of the name with “Enterprise, Ventures...
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