Acronym
ALL

Location

Switzerland
CH

The African Law Library (ALL) is a “one-stop-shop” online portal and database that offers free legal resources for Africans.

Developed in 2012, the African Law Library (ALL) is a “one-stop-shop” online portal and database that offers free legal resources for Africans from multi-disciplinary sectors, including business, academia, government and civil society.
 Its key functions include the collection and digitization of African laws, court decisions and secondary literature.
The online library offers:
- Searchable, downloadable, printable legal resource material with free access for all
The platform also:
- Promotes research, exchange and comparative analysis on the “African corpus iuris”, including customary law 
- Supports the continent’s regional integration agenda
- Promotes transparent processes in law and governance
- Collaborates with bodies of knowledge and growing the partnership base to build a connected, meaningful online resource

African Law Library Resources

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International Conventions or Treaties
December 2000
Eritrea
Ethiopia
Afghanistan
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Burundi
Burkina Faso
Bolivia
Bhutan
Botswana
Central African Republic
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Laos
Lesotho
Moldova
Macedonia
Mali
Mongolia
Malawi
Niger
Nepal
Paraguay
Rwanda
South Sudan
Swaziland
Chad
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Uganda
Uzbekistan
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Africa
Eastern Africa

This peace agreement between Ethiopia and Eritrea ad seeks to resolve the misunderstanding between the parties regarding their common border and establish a neutral Boundary Commission. The parties agree that the delimitation and demarcation determinations of the Commission shall be final and binding. Each party shall respect the border so determined, as well as territorial integrity and sovereignty of the other party. The Agreement also provides for the eatblishment of a a neutral Claims Commission.

Legislation
April 1970
Mauritius
Aruba
Anguilla
American Samoa
Antigua and Barbuda
Bahrain
Bahamas
Belize
Barbados
Cook Islands
Comoros
Cape Verde
Cuba
Curaçao
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Fiji
Micronesia
Guinea-Bissau
Grenada
Guam
Guyana
Haiti
Jamaica
Kiribati
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Maldives
Marshall Islands
Northern Mariana Islands
Montserrat
New Caledonia
Niue
Nauru
Palau
Papua New Guinea
Puerto Rico
French Polynesia
Singapore
Solomon Islands
Sao Tome and Principe
Suriname
Sint Maarten
Seychelles
Timor-Leste
Tonga
Trinidad and Tobago
Tuvalu
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
British Virgin Islands
United States Virgin Islands
Vanuatu
Samoa
Africa
Eastern Africa

This Act amends the Shooting and Fishing Leases Ordinance, 1966 in subsection (2) of section 5 concerning formal requirements for the deed of lease of the right to shoot and go in pursuit of game and to fish, hunt or fowl on Crown Lands. Such deed may be signed by the Minister or such officer of the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources and Co-operative Development as may be designated by him or her.

Amends: Shooting and Fishing Leases Ordinance, 1966 (No. 9 of 1966). (1991)

Legislation
May 1966
Mauritius
Aruba
Anguilla
American Samoa
Antigua and Barbuda
Bahrain
Bahamas
Belize
Barbados
Cook Islands
Comoros
Cape Verde
Cuba
Curaçao
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Fiji
Micronesia
Guinea-Bissau
Grenada
Guam
Guyana
Haiti
Jamaica
Kiribati
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Maldives
Marshall Islands
Northern Mariana Islands
Montserrat
New Caledonia
Niue
Nauru
Palau
Papua New Guinea
Puerto Rico
French Polynesia
Singapore
Solomon Islands
Sao Tome and Principe
Suriname
Sint Maarten
Seychelles
Timor-Leste
Tonga
Trinidad and Tobago
Tuvalu
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
British Virgin Islands
United States Virgin Islands
Vanuatu
Samoa
Africa
Eastern Africa

This Ordinance of the Legislature of Mauritius concerns the award of lease of the right to shoot and go in pursuit of game and to fish, hunt or fowl on Crown Lands. The Ordinance sets out procedural requirements for such award by the Minister, which may be done through public auction. There shall be attached to the deed of lease a plan showing the boundaries of the land to which the lease refers. A lease may be for any period not exceeding fourteen years. the Ordinance also sets out rights and obligations of lessees.