Bamenda, Cameroon : Langaa Research & Publishing CIG, 2011.
Book — 1 online resource (609 pages)
Crimes against the state
Crimes against the general interest
Crimes against private interest
This is a pioneer, long overdue and truly original book that off ers a unique, comprehensive and thorough exposition of the criminal law of Cameroon by a leading scholar. This latest book by Professor Carlson Anyangwe adopts a thematic approach, each chapter covering a specific aspect of the criminal law. The text is a clear, simple and comprehensive exposition of all the offences codified in the Penal Code. It offers a rich, clear, learned and discerning analysis to understanding of the criminal law. The book is designed to instruct and to contribute to a deeper understanding of the subject.
Mankon, Barmenda : Langaa Research & Publishing, 
Book — 1 online resource
Part I. Introduction : historical development of the criminal law
part II. Application of the criminal law
part III. Criminal responsibility
part IV. Participation in crime
part V. Criminal disposal.
This is a comprehensive, insightful, lucid, intense and unrivalled text on the general part of the criminal law in Cameroon. Beginning with an account of the historical development of the criminal law generally, the author proceeds to analyse and discuss in detail the principles governing application of the criminal law, criminal responsibility, participation in crime, penalties, and sentencing. These principles are broadly the same in other jurisdictions. The book balances theoretical content with case-law illustrations to enhance readability, comprehension and assimilation. It is an invaluable source and essential reading for law students and teachers, and lawyers in private practice and government service.
Washington [District of Columbia] : W.B. Sheridan Law Books, 
Book — xx, 254 pages ; 24 cm
Administrative law, law of the administration
Administrative organization in France
Administrative action in France
The administrative organization of the Cameroonian state
Administrative decentralisation in Cameroon
Ways of administrative action
Procedures of administrative action
Specific administrative law
Colonialism led to the importation, or better still imposition, of European administrative systems on the indigenous people of Africa. France specialized in this, practicing direct rule and an assimilation policy in their colonies up to the time of independence. In Cameroon, French administrative law ("droit adminstratif") became part of the national legal system. In this highly original new book, Cameroonian legal scholar Moye Godwin Bongyu explores the intersection of public administration and the state, colonization and administrative systems, public and private laws, rule of law, and comparative administrative law. He then addresses laws relating to administrative organization in Cameroon. Part Three of the book deals with laws governing administrative resources. Part Four describes practical administrative action and the civil procedure. Part Five focuses on the control to administrative action, examining the submission of the administration to specific law, as well as the history, rules, and procedures of administrative justice in Cameroon. (source: Nielsen Book Data)