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Legal Profession Act 1960 ACT 32

THE LEGAL PROFESSION ACT, 1960

AN ACT to consolidate and amend the law relating to the legal profession.

Section 1—The General Legal Council.

(1) There shall continue to be a body, to be called the General Legal Council, which shall be concerned with the legal profession and, in particular:— click here to download

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ACT, 1963 (ACT 170)

THE CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ACT, 1963

AN ACT to establish an Institute of Chartered Accountants and to make provision for the conduct of examinations by the Institute and other matters connected with the accountancy profession.

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Ghana National Information Technology Agency Act 771,2008

National information Technology Agency

Establishment of the National Information Technology Agency

(1) There is established by this Act, a body to be known as the National Information Technology Agency.

(2) The Agency is a body corporate with perpetual succession and a common seal and may sue and be sued in its corporate name.

(3) The Agency may for the performance of its functions acquire and hold movable and immovable property and may enter into a contract or any        other transaction...click here to download

Electronic Transactions Act, 2008

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

Object and scope of the Act

(1) The object of this Act is to provide for and facilitate electronic communications and related transactions in the public interest, and to

(a) remove and prevent barriers to electronic communications and transactions;

(b) promote legal certainty and confidence in electronic communications and transactions;

(c) promote e-government services and electronic communications and transactions with public and private bodies, institutions and  

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RENT CONTROL LAW 1986 (PNDCL 138)

Section 1-Rent in Respect of Residential Premises.

(1) The rent payable by a tenant in respect of single or two-roomed accommodation in any residential premises shall be as specified in the First Schedule to this Law.

(2) Where the residential accommodation in respect of which the rent is payable is smaller or larger in dimensions than those specified in the First Schedule the recoverable rent shall be proportionate to the dimensions of such accommodation.

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