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REPEALED TEXT   REPEALING TEXT Livestock and Meat Board Proclamation No.212/1964; Livestock and Meat Board Order No. 34/ 1964. Proclamation No. 117/1998 Animal, Animal Products and by-products Marketing ,Development Authority Establishment Proclamation The Civil Code (Amendment) Proclamation No. 65/1997 Proclamation No. 97/1998 Property Mortgaged or Pledged with Banks Proclamation The Ethiopian Authority for Standardization Establishment … Continue reading

Repealed Ethiopian Laws 1997

Repealed text Repealing Text (a)    Customs and Export Duties Proclamation No.39/1943; (b)   The Proclamation to Consolidate and Amend the Law Relating to Customs Proclamation No. 145/1955; (c)    Customs and Export Duties Measurement Regulations No. 48/1944; (d)   Customs Working Hours Regulation No. 169/1952.   Proclamation No. 60/1997 The Re-Establishment and Modernization of Customs Authority Proclamation (a)    … Continue reading

Repealed Ethiopian Laws-1996

Repealed text Repealing text The Central Government Courts Establishment Proclamation No. 40/1993 (as amended) Proclamation No. 25/1996 Federal Courts Proclamation the Imperial Army proclamation No: 68/1944; the Administration of Officers of the Armed Forces Order No. 81/1973; the Armed Forces Officers Promotion, Obligatory Service and  Dismissal Regulations No. 429/1973; The Military Courts Establishment Proclamation No. … Continue reading

Repealed Ethiopian Laws-1995

Repealed Ethiopian Laws-1995.

Repealed Ethiopian Laws-1995

Due to lack of periodic consolidation of laws in Ethiopia, it is very difficult to precisely identify those laws which are repealed and inapplicable. This surely will create an obstacle in the judicial process of application and interpretation of laws. There are still laws from the imperial and dergue era including laws promulgated during the … Continue reading


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