Law Firms, Lawyers in Africa and Middle East
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Africa and Middle East - Recent Legal Articles
- Seperation - Very often couples suffer a great deal, in the course of a marriage.
Provided by Boaz Gork Advocate
These become painful and hard experiences. In many cases women experience bad treatment at the hands of their husbands for a long time and want to dissolve the marriage but often the husband threatens that he’ll never give a divorce.
- Custodial Rights of Children in the UAE
Provided by Al Rowaad Advocates & Legal Consultancy
When child custody disputes arise between parents non-UAE nationals resident in the UAE, whether married to a UAE or non-UAE citizen, may file custody cases in the UAE.
- Termination of Fixed Term Contract of Employee by the Employer in Democratic Republic of Congo
Provided by Yav & Associates
This article answers the question whether in the Congo labour law; the employer terminates the fixed term contract of an employee few months to the end of the contract. Will the employer pay for the remaining months that didn’t take place?
- Legal Aspects of Company Incorporations in Dubai/UAE
Provided by Prudential Middle East
The investors establishing their businesses in the UAE should consider various legal aspects, before any investment decisions to avoid any future legal implications.
- Legal Requirements for Registration of NGOs in Uganda
Provided by Angualia Busiku & Co. Advocates
Registration of NGOs in Uganda is seen by many as a complex process given the documentation involved. With the right information, the process should not be complex. This text provides an easy to read and understand summary of requirements for registration of NGOs in Uganda.
- The DR Congo New Agricultural Law N° 11/022 of December 24, 2011 Is Currently Being Amended and Supplemented
Provided by Emery Mukendi Wafwana & Associes
On December 24, 2011, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (“DRC”) enacted a new agricultural Law, n° 11/022, (the “Law”) that sets broad guidelines for the agricultural sector. Since its entry into force on June 24, 2012, the Law has been a source of concern for foreign businesses operating in the agricultural sector because of its ownership clause which restricts foreigners’ access to farmlands.
- Franchising - Franchise - Missed Opportunities in Saudi Arabia
Provided by Abdullah A. Al Fallaj Law Firm
Franchise: always been described and known concession system.
- LIBYAN INVESTMENT LAW: FOREIGN OIL COMPANIES
Provided by Karbal & Co.
Forty-two years of the Kaddafi regime’s apathetic attitude and incoherent economic development strategies left Libya as one of the least developed of the oil producing countries.
- Attorney advocates alternative penalty system
Provided by The Law Firm of Dr. Khalid Alnowaiser & Partners
JEDDAH: A Saudi attorney called for a law eliminating imprisonment as a penalty for infringing upon certain private rights as part of efforts to modernize the country’s legal system.
- The Insurance Claim Against the Refrigerator Manufacturer, Sharp, Will Not be Arbitrated in Israel
Provided by Gill Nadel Law Offices
This is an article regarding a law suit against Sharp in Israel.