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Author: Zachaeus Akanni

Zacheaus Olamide Akanni is a Litigation and Maritime & Admiralty Law enthusiast. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Degree from the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State. Zacheaus is an aspirant to the Nigerian Bar, being a First Class Graduate of the Nigerian Law School.
THE USE OF ESCROW SERVICES IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE: SOME PRELIMINARY REFLECTIONS BY ZACHEAUS OLAMIDE AKANNI

THE USE OF ESCROW SERVICES IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE: SOME PRELIMINARY REFLECTIONS BY ZACHEAUS OLAMIDE AKANNI

Escrow in international trade is a service that allows both seller and buyer to protect their individual interests in a transaction by placing the funds in the hands of a trusted third party until a specified set of conditions are met.

THE GOOD SAMARITAN, THE EGG SHELL SKULL RULE AND THE NEIGHBOUR PRINCIPLE BY ZACHEAUS

THE GOOD SAMARITAN, THE EGG SHELL SKULL RULE AND THE NEIGHBOUR PRINCIPLE BY ZACHEAUS

THE GOOD SAMARITAN, THE EGG SHELL SKULL RULE AND THE NEIGHBOUR PRINCIPLE Introduction The idea of a person being under an obligation to rescue or render assistance to another person who is injured or in peril has its origins in the biblical parable of the Good Samaritan. In that parable, Jesus answered a lawyer’s question of “who is my neighbour?” by stating that the neighbour was the person who showed mercy to the injured man in the story and that…

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