Conflict of Family Laws in Ethiopia: Interstate Conflict of Family Laws under the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE): the Choice of Law Aspect

 
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Ethiopia has promulgated a new Constitution in 1995. The Constitution provides Family Law enacting power to States of the Federation. However, the country does not have Conflict of Law Rules that can govern the selection of the applicable law in case of a case with a foreign element: where either one of the parties is from a different state, the immovable property is situated in another region or the transaction affects individuals of two states. This manuscript attempts to propose possible rules that should be adopted by the law maker in order to solve conflicts problems in areas family matters that could arise between persons domiciling in two or more regions of the country.

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The author got his LLB from Addis Ababa University, July 2004. Since Sept. 2004 he has been serving as Grad. Ass't, Ass't Lecturer and now Lecturer at Law in Mekelle University.He got his MA in Contemporary International Relations from Jilin University.He will graduate with LLM. in Rule of Law for Development from Loyola Univ.Chicago in December'12

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