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OHADA / Cameroon / Carriage of goods by road under the OHADA Law texbook

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It is our pleasure to post the following OHADA book information sheet pertaining to Carriage of goods by road under the OHADA Law.

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This OHADA textbook is authored by Mr. Monkam Cyrille (Ph.D), Lecturer of Law at the Faculty of Laws and Political Science in the University of Buea, Cameroon. It is foreworded by Professor Atangcho N. Akonumbo.

Book information sheet

Points of sale: http://www.aes-pua.com/points-ventes-0

Abstract of the book:

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The construction of a viable economic space depends on an effective and efficient transportation law. The OHADA Uniform Act relating to contracts of carriage of goods by road is envisioned to accommodate these requirements in spite of fact that regulatory rights, duties and liability of the carrier and the sender, parties to the contract of carriage are incomplete.

This key book analyzes the whole contract of carriage of goods by road and liability of parties under the provisions of the OHADA law in its legal and technical aspects. The presentation of this Uniform Act in an easier approach is an urgent need in the context of extension of the OHADA law in the African landscape. Indeed, States with legal tradition of Common law will find a particular interest because this Act contains the main legal principles governing this activity in their area.

In an informed and concise style, the developments made in this book include several explanations of academic writers and comments on latest cases of African law, Comparative law and Common law systems.

This book is an invaluable reference tool for transport practitioners with an international and national client base. Furthermore, it is a useful guide for academics and students of the carriage of goods by road within the OHADA area.

Author's presentation:

Cyrille Monkam (Ph.D) is a Lecturer of Law at the Faculty of Laws and Political Science in the University of Buea, Cameroon.

For more information, please contact:

Mr Serge D. Kouam
Presses Universitaires d'Afrique
Tél: +237 222 20 26 98 / +237 699 89 84 97
Email: sergedkouam@gmail.com

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