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Journal article
2014
NISC|Taylor & Francis Group

This article reports on a study comparing simultaneously interpreted and autonomously produced speech in order to determine whether or not interpreted language is characterised by any of the patterns that have been found to feature in translated text, such as those articulated by Toury's (1995) law of growing standardisation and the law of interference. In the stud...

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Publications & Research :: Policy Research Working Paper
World Bank, Washington, DC
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Journal article
2018
Cambridge University Press

With a view to showing that courts do not have the power to validate native law and custom, this article highlights the different roles assigned to the assent of the people governed by native law and custom, and to the court called upon to determine its judicial enforceability. It argues that customary law is validated by the assent of the people and not by courts,...

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