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Fanti customary laws

John Mensah Sarbah

Fanti customary laws

A brief introduction to the principles of the native laws and customs of the Fanti and Akan districts of the Gold coast, with a report of some cases thereon decided in the law courts.

by John Mensah Sarbah

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Published by W. Clowes in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fanti (African people),
  • Ethnology -- Ghana.,
  • Customary law -- Ghana.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. New Haven, Conn., Human Relations Area Files [1970?]

    SeriesHRAF -- 18.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxxxv, 317 p.
    Number of Pages317
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17781276M

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Great Sarbah was the first formally trained Ghanaian lawyer and the author of the seminal work, Fanti Customary Laws, where he sought to set down the rules and principles of customary law, a tradition followed by subsequent generations of legal scholars such as Joseph Cited by: Fanti customary laws.

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Available in: Hardback. John Mensah Sarbah, the first of the activist lawyer statesmen whose works have so marked Ghanaian history. Great Sarbah was the first formally trained Ghanaian lawyer and the author of the seminal work, Fanti Customary Laws. Full text of "Fanti customary laws, a brief introduction to the principles of the native laws and customs of the Fanti and Akan districts of the Gold Coast, with a report of some cases thereon decided in the Law Courts" See other formats.

therefore published two books, Fanti Customary Laws (), and Fanti National Constitution ()He compiled and published Fanti Law Reports inbut this was incomplete because he was refused permission to take any more notes from court records. His Fanti Customary Laws is still regarded as an indspensable book for lawyers in.

Fanti customary laws: a brief introduction to the principles of the native laws and customs of the Fanti and Akan sections of the Gold Coast, with a by Sarbah, John Mensah, This study of Fanti customary law is the result of careful research through the judicial archives of the Supreme Court of the Gold Coast Colony.

Descriptions of native customs relating to family, marriage, divorce, property, land tenure, suretyship, loans mortgages, sales, and inheritance are supplemented by abstracts of actual court cases. There is also information on political system and.

As a lawyer, John Mensah Sarbah was interested in spreading knowledge of Fanti laws and of the Fanti Constitution. He therefore published two books, Fanti Customary Laws (), and Fanti National. Fanti Customary Laws: A Brief Introduction to the Principles of the Native Laws and Customs of the Fanti and Akan Sections of the Gold Coast [John Mensah Sarbah] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Sarbah, John Mensah, ; Notes "Selected from the records of the Appeal and Divisional Courts at Accra, Axim, Cape Coast Castle, and Elmina. Except four cases which were included in Fanti customary laws, the cases herein appearing have not been previously reported." Photocopy.he claims through the danquashs who are in this respect subject to Fanti Customary Law.

of a country that applies to cases involving foreign law. A book of this nature is hardly the place.