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A to Z is a collection of resources for Ethiopian's legal profession, students, academics and the public. These links have been collected so that users with an interest in the law and Ethiopia may be able to access the Ethiopian legal information they require more quickly. The site is organized simply into an alphabetical list of law subjects. This link is a very helpful source for students who want to study online as teaching materials written by different university teachers under the sponsorship of Justice and Legal System Research Institute are included in the list. Moreover, Training materials prepared by different Proffessionals under the sponsorship of Federal Justice Organs Professionals Training Centerare also in our list. 

Liberal economic theory is based on the premise that free-market yield maximum productivity. In the eighteenth century, Adam Smith and David Ricardo came up with the liberal economic theory and challenged mercantilism. Mercantilism argues that extensive state regulation of economic activity is necessary to promote the interest of a nation.…
When communism proved to be unsuccessful, a free-market economy was accepted as a means to marshal economic development. Then, the private economy was considered essential for the development of an economy. As a result, privatization of state companies took place in developed and developing countries. Accordingly, the ideological predisposition to…
The dependency theory is a criticism of the classical theory. It does focus on an entirely different meaning of economic development. It redefines development as requiring not wealth transfer to the host state, but the development of the people of a state as a whole. It is popular among Latin…
According to classical economic theory, foreign investment is wholly beneficial to the host economy. In other words, pursuant to the classical economic theory, it is the economy where the investment is made that benefited wholly from the investment. What are the reasons upon which classical economic theory is based? Capital…
One of the crucial issues that the draftsperson had to resolve before he set out to work on the project was as to whether the Commercial Code should be subjective or objective. A subjective Commercial Code is one which regulates a community of persons designated as “traders”. It considers above…
Business organizations had gone through various stages throughout the centuries before they came to acquire characteristics which have made up distinct organizational forms prevalent in Ethiopia today. They grew from a single individual to a group of individuals organized, first in some sort of partnerships, then in a more refined…
Overview Our last discussions focused on the general significance and application of registration of real property. In this section, an attempt will be made to consider the understanding and coverage of registration of real property in our country. Both the strong sides and limitations will be highlighted taking into…
Overview In the last section, we have seen cadastre as one main method of Land Information Systems. We discussed about the nature of cadastre, cadastral agencies and its essential contribution to the economy. In the present section, we shall discuss about land registration, a very related matter to cadastre…
Introduction Problems concerning the appropriate use of land resources and improved management of land are important all over the world. Due to this, they must be given greater attention. Information related specified units of immovable property units is a cornerstone of Land Information Systems since data concerning ownership and…
Rural Land Lease General Rural land lease can also be termed as agricultural land lease as known elsewhere. However, in Ethiopia, there is another form of lease of rural land for investment purpose. The purpose of this part of the discussion is to discuss briefly the types of rural…
Scope and Definition “Lease” under the FDRE lease proclamation 272/2003 has been define as “lease-hold system in which use right of urban land is transferred or held contractually (Art. 2(1). The 1960 Ethiopian civil code under article 2896 on its part defines lease as follows: The lease of an…
Introduction Understanding the Ethiopian land tenure system is important to student of land law for it gives students general historical and factual ideas about the land holding system in the country. The Ethiopian land tenure system is also the concern of history, sociology, agriculture, and economics and as a…
Overview We have seen the types of legislations that are widely related to land and buildings in one or another way. In the section to come, an attempt will be made to explain the major issues, problems and matters that are addresses under the wider subject. The major object…
Overview In the previous section, we have tried to define land and other immovbles both from a wider and local context. We have defined real property. In this section, we are going to see the different types of laws under the regime of ‘Land Law’. Land Law should some…