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Promoting Sustainable Development In Small Island Developing States By Innovative Capital Raising Solutions: Case Study Of Fiji

Gordon Walker* And Alma Pekmezovic*

1-26

The Challenges Of Legal Pluralism In The Cook Islands And Beyond: An Insight From Hunt And  Tupou & Ors V Miguel, Cook Islands Court Of Appeal, 19 February 2016

Miranda Forsyth*

27-43

The Case For An Insolvency Law

Peter Fulcher*

44-63

Abuse Of Court Process: A Study Of How Vanuatu Court of Appeal Has Addressed   Abuse Of Court Process Over Two Decades

Kanksha Mahadevia Ghimire*

64-80

Melanesian Coups And Melanesian Courts, 1990 – 2009

Part I:No Exit In Vanuatu And The Solomon Islands

Ian Fraser*

81-103

Further Chronicle Relating To Bribery Cases, 2016

Don Paterson*

104-146

Changing Tides – A South  Pacific Study

 Kirsten Davies*

147-159

                                        CONFERENCE PAPERS

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 Law And Promoting Human Rights For Women And Girls. A Paper Delivered At The Vanuatu Women’s Peace Table, 21 October 2016, Port Vila, Vanuatu

    Anita Jowitt*

 

160-165

 The Constitutionality Of Land Dealings In Vanuatu. A paper presented at the meeting of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, Victoria University of Wellington, 7- 9 July

Don Paterson*

 

166-178

Succession To Land In The Matrilineal Culture And Current Developments. A paper presented at the Law and Culture Conference, Victoria University of Wellington,  7-9 July 2016

                                       Emily Vegibule*

 

 

179-192

                                                     CASE NOTE

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Namah v Pato [2016] PGSC 13; SC1497 (26 April 2016): Unconstitutionality Of Transfer And Detention Of Asylum Seekers From Australia To Papua New Guinea

                                                       Lili Song*

 

193- 206

 

 

 


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