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July 18, 2024
LAW & CRIME

APPLICANT HAS RIGHT-LAWYER 

Maseru, Sept.20—-Legal representative for the applicant in a case in which the constitutionality of the Laws of Lerotholi and Children’s Protection and Welfare Act is challenged, Advocate Fusi Sehapi, says his client has the right to access property of her biological father. 

This he said when addressing the Court on Wednesday adding that under the Land Act, the applicant has an avenue to access the property. He indicated that the Act is gender blind adding that the applicant is entitled to the inheritance. He argued that section 11 of the Laws of Lerotholi is discriminatory in terms of gender and birth. 

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