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Title: Legal system of business in Ghana
Authors: Agoe, Felix Tetteh
Ostepenko, Tetiana Gennadiievna
Keywords: legal system
Issue Date: 29-Oct-2021
Publisher: National aviation university
Citation: Agoe T.F., Ostapenko T. Legal system of business in Ghana // Modern problems of management: materials of the XVII International scientific-practical conference. - National Aviation University. - Kyiv, 2021. - P. 9-10
Abstract: Ghana operates a legal system that is premised on English common law. The laws of Ghana are composed of: the Constitution; statutes enacted by Parliament; orders, rules and regulations made by any person or authority with power conferred under the Constitution; the existing law; and Common Law, which is defined as the rules of law generally known as the doctrines of equity and the rules of customary law, which are rules of law that by custom are applicable to particular communities in Ghana, including those determined by the Superior Court of Judicature. An entrepreneur, irrespective of nationality, can set up a business enterprise in Ghana in accordance with the provisions of any of the following legal instruments: The Companies Code, 1963 (Act 179) The Partnership Act, 1962 (Act 152) The Business Name Act, 1962 (Act 151).
Appears in Collections:2021 ХVІI міжнародна науково-практична конференція «Сучасні проблеми менеджменту»

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