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The New Lex Mercatoria in the Sudanese Legal System

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This article examines the status of the new lex mercatoria within the Sudanese legal system. Its thesis is that the Sudanese legal system is capable of accommodating this rising new lex mercatoria as an autonomous legal order and that Sudanese courts have shown a considerable willingness to apply its rules. This thesis is examined and data proved through identifying the legal and jurisprudential basis for the enforcement of the new lex by Sudanese courts. Thereafter, this is further fostered by examining the Sudanese judicial application of this law.

Affiliations: 1: KhartoumSudanali.khalil@sksadvocates.comaliabdelrahman@live.com

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2015-03-05
2018-07-16

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