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Fiscal Regimes In A Volatile Oil Price Era: What Options Exist For Balancing The Interest Of The Resource Country And Investor Company?, Humphrey Onyeukwu 2009 Centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy University of Dundee

Fiscal Regimes In A Volatile Oil Price Era: What Options Exist For Balancing The Interest Of The Resource Country And Investor Company?, Humphrey Onyeukwu

Humphrey Onyeukwu

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Section 4 Of The Hindu Succession Act Of 1956, Hari Priya 2009 NALSAR University of Law

Section 4 Of The Hindu Succession Act Of 1956, Hari Priya

Hari Priya

A brief write up in the form of a comprehensive article aiming to critically evaluate the Section 4 of the Hindu Succession Act of 1956. The law, as it stands amended, has not only brought about changes in the succession laws of Hindus, but has also paved the way for some positive modifications in the law of partition, alienation of property, inheritance and adoption, and the paper is an effort to evaluate this provision of the law.


No Reparation Without Taxation: Applying The Internal Revenue Code To The Concept Of Reparations For Slavery And Segregation, Andre Smith, Carlton Waterhouse 2009 Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis

No Reparation Without Taxation: Applying The Internal Revenue Code To The Concept Of Reparations For Slavery And Segregation, Andre Smith, Carlton Waterhouse

Andre L. Smith

In the article, Professors Andre Smith and Carlton Waterhouse explore the interesting and rich relationship between reparations and the tax law scholarship. Employing a rich dialogical style, the authors move fluidly between the theoretical and practical aspects of both reparations and tax law in a way that brings both areas of research together. Beyond the slavery reparations tax scams of the earlier part of the decade, the authors reveal an intriguing and important relationship between reparations and the United States tax code previously unexplored. The authors accomplish this in two distinct ways. They begin with an examination of reparations proposals ...


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