Macauley v P. C. Bongay (For Himself and Tribal Authority) (No.3) (2 of 1932) [1932] SLCA 2 (10 October 1932)

Constitutional Law - chiefs - paramount chief - rights and duties -
right of entry to customary land - Paramount Chief of Big Bo Chiefdom
may enter non-native settler's land for good of community - public
denial of right amounts to flouting Chief's authority: It is a settled rule
of the customary law in force in the Big Bo Chiefdom that the Paramount
Chief has a right, in the interests of the community, to enter land
granted to a non-native settler, and conduct constituting a public denial
of the Chief's right to do so amounts to the flouting of the Chief's

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