Commonwealth Caribbean Law and Legal Systems by Rose-Marie Belle Antoine

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Synopsis

Fully updated and revised to include new case law and legislation in the Commonwealth Caribbean law and legal systems, this new edition examines the institutions, structures and processes of the law in the Commonwealth Caribbean.

The author explores:

- the court system and the Caribbean Court of Justice which replaces appeals to the Privy Council

- the offshore financial legal sector

- Caribbean customary law and the rights of indigenous peoples

- the Constitutions of Commonwealth Caribbean jurisdictions and Human Rights

- the impact of the historical continuum to the region's jurisprudence including the question of reparations

- the complexities of judicial precedent for Caribbean peoples

- international law as a source of law

- alternative dispute mechanisms and the Ombudsman

Effortlessly combining discussions of traditional subjects with those on more innovative subject areas, this book is an exciting exposition of Caribbean law and legal systems for those studying comparative law.

 

About Rose-Marie Belle Antoine

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Rose-Marie Belle Antoine is the Professor of Labour Law and Offshore Financial Law at the University of the West-Indies.
 
Published July 1, 2006 by Routledge-Cavendish. 488 pages
Genres: Law & Philosophy, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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