THE CONTRACT ACT OF SOUTH SUDAN, 2008

This Act shall be cited as “The Contract Act, 2008” and shall come into force on the date of its signature by the President.

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THE CHILD ACT OF SOUTH SUDAN, 2008

This Act shall be cited as “The Child Act, 2008” and shall come into force on the date of its signature by the President.

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THE AGENCY ACT OF SOUTH SUDAN, 2008

This Act shall be cited as “The Agency Act, 2008” and shall come into force on the date of its signature by the President.

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THE JUDICIAL SERVICE COUNCIL ACT OF SOUTH SUDAN, 2008

This Act shall be cited as “The Judicial Service Council Act, 2008” and shall come into force on the date of its signature by the President.

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THE MINISTRY OF LEGAL AFFAIRS AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION ACT OF SOUTH SUDAN, 2008

This Act shall be cited as “The Ministry of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Development Organization Act, 2008” and shall come into force on the date of its signature by the President.

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RELIEF AND REHABILITATION COMMISSION ACT OF SOUTH SUDAN, 2016

This Act shall be cited as “Relief and Rehabilitation Commission Act, 2016” and shall come into force on the date of its signature by the President.

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THE NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS ACT OF SOUTH SUDAN, 2016

This Act shall be cited as “Non-Governmental Organizations Act, 2016” and shall come into force on the date of its assent by the President.

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RELIEF AND REHABILITATION COMMISSION BILL OF SOUTH SUDAN, 2015

This Bill shall be cited as “Relief and Rehabilitation Commission Bill, 2015” and shall come into force on the date of its signature by the President.

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THE NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS BILL OF SOUTH SUDAN, 2015

This Bill shall be cited as “Non-Governmental Organizations Bill, 2015” and shall come into force on the date of its assent by the President.

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NATIONAL SECURITY SERVICE BILL OF SOUTH SUDAN, 2014

This Bill shall be cited as “The National Security Service Bill, 2014” and shall come into force on the date of its signature by the President of the Republic.

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EriLaws aspires to advance rule of law by providing up to date and reliable access to law. As it is the case with several African states, national laws are not easily accessible. Lack of access to law hinders development of legal education, legal research, advocacy and economic development. EriLaws aims to bridge the information gap by catering legal resources to broad range of audience. EriLaws hopes access to critical resources will advance rule of law and economic growth for both the Eritrean and South Sudanese Societies.

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