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Select Bibiliography of Commonwealth Caribbean Legal Materials: Part I

  • Joan A. Brathwaite

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Marshall, Oshley Roy. A look at the Law and its administration in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Mona, Jamaica: Council of Legal Education, 1973.
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Alexis, Francis R.Changing Caribbean Constitutions. Bridgetown: Antilles Publications, 1983.
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Alexis, Francis R.Key issues in Commonwealth Caribbean constitutional law arising from Payne v. A.G.West Indian Law Journal 6 (1982): 3380.
Alleyne, Brian. Constitution of the Commonwealth of Dominica. Roseau, Dominica: Committee for Progress in Democracy, (Dominica), 1988.
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Christopher, Benedicta P.T. A Case for the inclusion of a Bill of Rights in the Constitution of the British Virgin Islands. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, 1997.
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Harris, Ray C.M. The Development and demise of United Kingdom Parliamentary Sovereignty and the concomitant rise of Constitutional sovereignty in the Commonwealth Caribbean. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, 1983.
Herbert, William V. The distribution of powers in the Constitution of the West Indies. Ph.D. Thesis. University of London, 1960.
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Kaseke, Elson. “Legislative powers in the hands of the executive: the delegated legislation process in Belize.” West Indian Law Journal 1998 (25th Anniversary): 612.
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SirPhillips, Fred.Commonwealth Caribbean Constitutional Law. London: Cavendish, 2002.
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