Questions écrites au
élus du Soudan (1947-1954)
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Lapart asks why the law of 6 Sept 1927 is still on the books. This law limits the right of Africans to sign contracts using their property as collateral for investments.
The answer was that in 1927, this law was intended to protect Africans from certain kinds of unscrupulous swindlers, but admits that in 1952, it is probably no longer necessary.