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Africa and Middle East - Recent Legal Articles
- How to Register Your Business in Ghana (Limited By Shares)
Provided by Swiftlaw
In simple language, the processes and players involved in registering a company in Ghana are helpful for start-ups and large multinationals alike intending to start a business in Ghana.
- The Legal Do's and Don'ts of Property Purchase in UAE
Provided by Hassan Elhais
The conventional wisdom about the UAE is that it was built on oil first and property second. The country's most populous city Dubai is a living shrine to the role property has played in building society from the ground up; hardly a week goes by when a gleaming new skyscraper isn't added to the pack, which combined gives Dubai the tittle of the world's tallest city.
- Class Actions in Israel- Overview and Contemporary Trends
Provided by Barnea & Co. Law Offices
The Israeli Class Action Law came into force in 2006, and formally regulates the proceedings applying to class actions in Israel. This type of action was available in Israel before 2006, but was much less developed.
- New Amended Trademark Law of Saudi Arabia
Provided by Hazim AL-Madani Law Firm
Trademark Authority of Saudi Arabia enacts the GCC Trademark Law:
- Guide to Establishing and Operating a Foreign Not-for-Profit Organization in Uganda
Provided by Angualia Busiku & Co. Advocates
Not for profit Organisations commonly referred to Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Uganda are regulated by the Non Governmental Organizations Act 2016. The Act was signed into law the President on 30th January 2016. S. 56(1) of the Act repealed and replaced the Non Governmental Organizations Act Cap 113.
- The Ship Arrest Concept
Provided by Margareth Galho & Associates
According to the provisions of the International Convention on the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships, signed at Brussels 10 May 1952, capture means the detention of a ship by judicial process to secure a maritime claim, but does not include the seizure of a ship in execution or satisfaction of a judgment.
- Legal Framework of Merger and Acquisition in Egypt
Provided by Youssry Saleh Law Firm
Corporate re-structuring and M&A occupy a significant share of the corporate finance world. M&A transactions resulting in a formation of a larger entity. Corporate finance deals with the other side of the coin as well and does the opposite by minimizing organizations through spinoffs or tracking stocks.
- A Forwarder Is Not Required to Question an Importer's Declaration Regarding the Contents of Forwarded Cargo in Israel
Provided by Gill Nadel Law Office
Monetary disputes between clients (importers or exporters) and the various entities that form the logistic chain of transporting goods (such as forwarders or customs agents) are common, and frequently reach the courts.
- A Safer and Happier Life for Children in the UAE
Provided by Motei & Associates, Attorneys at Law
Highlight on the New UAE Child Protection Law “Wadeema Law”
- Construction Contracts in Iran’s Body of Law: Post-Sanctions Strategy
Provided by ESK Law Firm
Although there are several similarities between construction law in Iran and other countries, it has its own rules and regulations which are different from the construction industry of the West. foreign contractors who enter the market for the first time must be prepared for a different environment. This article explains important aspects of construction law in Iran.