Property Law and Social Goals in Ghana. 1844 - 1966

By: ASANTE, S.K.B

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Ghana Universities Press, 1975. Hardcover. Small scratch & slight rubbing to dj, o/wise condition vg. Inscribed by the author. Subjects the institution of property to a rigorous legal analysis, & also attempts to portray the interaction between social & economic phenomena & the legal aspects of property. Then proceeds to offer wide-ranging prescriptions for the reform of Ghana property law to achieve certain vital social & economic goals eg. economic productivity, the maximization of resources, equitable distribution of property & the rationalization of the rules of inheritance & succession. The author was Solicitor General & Deputy Attorney-General of Ghana as well as a legal adviser to the World Bank. 303pp.

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