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Manuscript Number …27 Copy Transfer .
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Article Title: The Oil Economy, Environmental Law and Human Rights Violation in Niger Delta Region: Implications and Suggested Solutions
Names of All Authors: Dr. Alfred S Ekpenyong
TRANSFER OF COPYRIGHT AGREEMENT
Copyright to the above-listed unpublished and original article submitted by the above author(s), the abstract forming part thereof, and any subsequent errata (collectively, the “Article”) is hereby transferred to the International Centre for Social Policy Research and Development for the full term thereof throughout the world, subject to the Author Rights (as hereinafter defined) and to acceptance of the Article for publication in a journal of INSPRAD. This transferof copyright includes all materials to be published as part of the Article (in any medium), including but not limited to tables, figures, graphs, movies, and other multimedia files. INSPRAD shall have the right to register copyright to the Article in its name as claimant, whether separately or as part of the journal issue or other medium in which the Article is included.
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Author Signature(s):[Abbildung in dieser Leseprobe nicht enthalten]
Name(s) (print): ALFRED S EKPENYONG
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- Jill S. Scheneiderman (Author), 2011, International Journal of Social Policy Research and Development, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/183635