What inheritance laws apply in Ghana?

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The principal laws relating to inheritance in Ghana are the following: • Constitution of the Republic of Ghana, 1992 • Administration of Estates Act, 1961 (Act 63) • The Wills Act, 1971 (Act 360) • Intestate Succession Act, 1985 (PNDC Law 111) • Intestate Succession Amendment law, 1991 (PNDC Law 264) • Conveyancing Act, 1973 (NRCD 175) • The Marriages Act, 1884 1985 (Cap 127) Ghanaian law is emphatic that, in relation to immovable property, the law of the place where the property is located is applicable. more
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