Law of Papua New Guinea

The law of Papua New Guinea consists of the Constitution, ordinary statutes enacted by Parliament or adopted at Independence from overseas (together with their pendant regulations) and judge-made law.

Read more about Law Of Papua New Guinea:  Constitution, "Underlying Law", Statutes, Courts, The "Rooney Affair": An Early Crisis in Relations Between The Executive and Judiciary, Sources

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