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Includes bibliographical references (pages 177-180) and index.
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chapter THE ROLE OF THE GUYANA COURT OF APPEAL INTRODUCTION chapter The position of the Court of Appeal under the 1980 Constitution chapter The right to a fair trial chapter THE LEGAL PROFESSION INTRODUCTION chapter Regulation of the Guyanese legal profession chapter Fees chapter What is a fair and reasonable fee chapter THE RULE OF LAW INTRODUCTION chapter The Independence Constitution as the groundnorm chapter Jurisdiction of court to pronounce on constitutional validity chapter Proof of facts and burden of proof chapter Ultra vires the Constitution chapter Electoral legality chapter FRAUDULENT ELECTIONS AND OPPRESSION THROUGH LAW chapter The province of a judge chapter FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS INTRODUCTION chapter Ameerally v Bentham and Attorney General of Guyana chapter Mohamed Ali v The Teaching Service Commission, 14 May 1991 chapter SOURCES OF LAW INTRODUCTION chapter CRIMINAL LAW INTRODUCTION The environment in which the courts have had to function chapter THE PROVINCE OF THE JURY chapter The Turnbull Rules chapter LAW OF TORTS INTRODUCTION chapter LAW OF CONTRACTS INTRODUCTION chapter VARIATION OF CONTRACT chapter PROPERTY LAW INTRODUCTION chapter CONCLUSION chapter APPENDIX A THE GEORGETOWN CONCLUSIONS ON THE EFFECTIVE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS THROUGH LAW chapter APPENDIX B CODE OF CONDUCT APPROVED BY GUYANA BAR ASSOCIATION (1985) PREAMBLE chapter RULE XI- PUBLIC LAW OFFICERS chapter RULE XIII- TOUTING chapter APPENDIX C EXCERPTS OF ADDRESS ON THE FUNCTIONS OF THE COURTS IN CONTEMPORARY GUYANA chapter RELENTLESS chapter ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE GUYANA BAR ASSOCIATION, 2 MAY 1984 'Courts have long way to go'-Bar Association Head chapter EXCHANGE OF STATEMENTS BY THE GUYANA BAR ASSOCIATION AND FOUR SENIOR JUDGES ON THE LATTERS' RETURN TO PRIVATE PRACTICE AFTER LEAVING THE BENCH 1 RETURN TO PRACTICE BY RETIRED JUDGES UNDIGNIFIED, INDECENT*.