On the 11th July, 2019 an article appeared in the Daily Post which raised the issue of extradition. This is an area of the law which most people might not be familiar with or a word which most people may not have even heard. In this article we will look briefly at what is extradition and address certain questions that have been on the minds of most people.
Following on from our article last week we will continue to answer a few important questions on this topic. For those of you who did not get a chance to read our article last week please visit our website or the website of the Daily Post as it provides a good introduction to the topic and very important information you need to have if you are or have been the victim of domestic violence.
Many of us I am sure either know a friend or family in Vanuatu who has been the victim of domestic violence at the hands of a spouse, de facto partner, boyfriend or other family member. Maybe we ourselves have been a victim.
In continuation of our series on the law of employment in Vanuatu we will reflect on termination of employment under the Employment Act. This area of the law is contained under Part 10, Sections 48 to 53.
Over the last 5 weeks we have been examining your Rights under the Constitution. This is the last in this series.
In the next few articles, we at Vanuatu Law will be talking to you about your rights as they are stated in the Constitution of Vanuatu.
Often times a person may set up a company for the sole purpose of trading their goods and services, and in the moment when you are establishing your company you will feel a great sense of success.
The Civil Justice Reform brought the passage of the Civil Procedure Rules 2002 to Vanuatu and a new way for both the court and the lawyers/litigants, working together to bring justice to the people.
Wikipedia defines a contempt of court as the offence of being disrespectful or discourteous to the court or its officers in the form of behaviour that wilfully or deliberately disregards or disrespects the