Creating Mixed Jurisdictions: Legal Integration in the Southern African Development Community Region

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“The SADC is an organization aiming at economic integration. It started to envisage some forms of legal integration to support a proper economic cooperation. The article aims at identifying a possible methodological approach of such envisaged legal integration using comparative methodology and OHADA as a reference. Such choice comes from the consideration that OHADA is the main experience of legal integration in Africa and that one of the SADC countries is also member of OHADA”.

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