Making a Will in Ghana Anybody who is at least 18 years old can make a will. A will disposes of a person’s present property, as well as the property the person may acquire between the time they make their will, and the time they die. This means you do not have to make a will every time… Read More »
Registering a Non-Profit Organisation in Ghana You are probably thinking about incorporating a kind of company known as a company limited by guarantee. What it means is that there are certain persons who guarantee that if the company is dissolved, they will pay any liabilities that the company owes to third parties. Part One - The Registrar-General's Department… Read More »
Multiple Signatures - Good Or Bad In Ghana. Primarily a person's signature is their name or other identifier written in their own hand. Of course, many prefer to write out some or all of their names in some obscure fashion to make it difficult to duplicate. As a result, a person could have as many signatures as they… Read More »
The Paths to Law School after High School There are different paths to law, if you are studying in Ghana. We will refer to the law degree as the LLB. A) Doing a law degree as an undergraduate. B) Doing a non-law degree as an undergraduate, and then doing a second degree in law. (This second degree is… Read More »
When To Buy Application Forms for the Faculty of Law at UG, Legon The Faculty of Law, UG, usually puts out application forms for sale from the end of January through February. In lucky years, it is even extended.
Law Concerning Handing Over Your Licence The Road Traffic Act provides that a person driving on a road has to produce their licence for examination if a police officer asks them to. The law does not say exactly what it means to produce the licence, and it could mean a certain number of things. I believe the best… Read More »