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The rule applies only where the family head has acted as such so that where he alienated the land as his own e.g. where he described himself in the conveyance as a ‘beneficial owner’ of the land, the sale will be void. ii. Ackerman’s theory emphasized the idea of distinct regimes that resulted from “constitutional moments”—periods of intense popular involvement in constitutional politics. Discovery of those natural laws shifted final authority from the priestly caste to the research scientist.

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