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Sudan Archive, Durham University

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Cases

All are reported in Sudan Law Journal and Reports.
Dairat El Mahdi v. Abdel Gadir Abu Regeila, S.L.J.R. (The Sudan Law Journal and Reports) (1960) at 49.
Ali Abu Sam v. Kambal Osman, S.L.J.R. (1962) at 207.
Maeema Hassan v. Mursi Hassan, S.L.J.R. (1962) at 86.
Fatma Ibrahim v. The Attorney General, S.L.J.R. (1958) at 3.
Khartoum Municipal Council v. Michel Cotran, S.L.J.R. (1958) at 85.
Furmeister and Co. v. Abdel Ghani Ali Mousa, S.L.J.R. (1959) at 38.
Heirs of Naeema Ahmed Wagealla v. El Hag Ahmed Mohammed, S.L.J.R. (1961).
John Fairweather v. Gabriel Gabrielides, S.L.J.R. (1963) at 212.
Mohammed Adlan v. Sudan Government, Awad El Sid Abdullah and others, S.L.J.R. (1956) at 64.
Building Authority of Khartoum v. Evangellos Evangelledes. S.L.J.R. (1958) at 44.
Asma Mahmoud Mohamed Taha and Abdel Latif Amr Hisballah vs. the Sudan Government, S.L.J.R. (1986).

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