Mondaq Middle East & Africa: Corporate/Commercial Law
Youssry Saleh & Partners
Franchise is a practice of the right to run a Company's business system and brand for a certain period of time.
Youssry Saleh & Partners
C-Provisions of domestic law on the authorization of the export of technology.
Youssry Saleh & Partners
Such written letter undertaking from the bank must be self-sufficient to articulate the content and extent of both parties' obligations therein.
Youssry Saleh & Partners
In order to appoint, change or dismiss the General Manager of the Company, certain procedures shall be taken according to the Egyptian Laws and Regulations.
Youssry Saleh & Partners
The liquidation of companies in Egypt is governed by the Egyptian Companies Law. No. 159/1981, the law governs all the aspects of the companies' liquidation including the reasons of liquidation...
Lex Artifex, LLP
A Non-Governmental Organization ("NGO") is a body or association of persons registered as "Incorporated Trustees" under Section 590 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, Cap C20 Laws of the Federation 2010...
Lex Artifex, LLP
Often, business people get entangled in issues that are too complex, too time consuming, or fraught with legal risks and liabilities.
Lex Artifex, LLP
When deciding on how to participate in the Nigerian market, you will need to choose between establishing a new company or acquiring an existing company.
Lex Artifex, LLP
Foreign investors or offshore companies can hold 100% equity stake in a Nigerian company. How foreign companies and offshore investors can establish in Nigeria – BARR. EDOABASI UDO Posted on January 2, 2018 by lexartifexllp Foreign investors or offshore companies can hold 100% equity stake in a Nigerian company.
Fred-Young & Evans
It is important for investors to conduct due diligence on a target Nigerian company before investing in it whether by means of restructuring, mergers, acquisitions or takeovers.
Al Tamimi & Company
Over many years, directors of companies have developed a variety of unwritten procedures and practices so their meetings can be run in an efficient manner, whilst still accommodating the diverse differences...
Al Tamimi & Company
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ("KSA") is an Arab sovereign state whose fundamental law is the Shari'ah
Mahayni
Cases currently adjudicated before the General Courts may not be transferred to the Commercial Courts.
Clyde & Co
The change in leadership in 2015 and subsequent launch of Vision 2030 has led to significant economic and political reforms in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Clyde & Co
The Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ("KSA"), his Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, approved the decision of allowing Foreign Engineering Consultancy Companies...
ENSafrica
In an effort for the South African government to assess the state of transformation of publicly listed companies, the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003 (the "B-BBEE Act") ...
ENSafrica
Broad-based black economic empowerment ("B-BBEE") is a policy of the South African government that is aimed at increasing participation by previously disadvantaged South Africans in economic activities.
KISCH IP
A successful business is one which is able to exploit any opportunity available to it and, in doing so, maintain a competitive edge in its market.
Clyde & Co
The NEC3 form had the (widely publicised) aim of encouraging cooperation, collaborative working and a fair allocation of risk between the parties to the contract.
Pieter van der Zwan & Associates
Share incentives schemes often involves the use of trusts to administer the awards made to employees.
STA Law Firm
You cannot bring the Canadian winters to the UAE, but you can enjoy the warm coffee of Tim Hortons in the UAE.
Dentons
The Cabinet of Ministers of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) recently issued Federal Law No. 18 of 2017, which amended certain provisions of the UAE commercial companies law (Federal Law No. 2 of 2015) (the CCL).
Field Fisher
The UAE has the most diversified economy in the GCC and its most populous city, Dubai, has become an important global city and an international aviation hub.
Dentons
The new law came into force on 28 October 2017.
STA Law Firm
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Pieter van der Zwan & Associates
South African businesses play an integral role in socio-economic upliftment and development of communities. Expenditure incurred for this purpose may have tax implications for the business involved.
Fred-Young & Evans
Nigerian Banks are faced with a myriad of problems which affects its effectiveness and productivity.
Fred-Young & Evans
The Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) law regulates company practice in Nigeria.
TMF Group
Bernard Agulhas, IRBA's CEO, states that the objective of mandatory audit firm rotation is to strengthen the independence of audit firms from their clients and to boost empowerment.
Fred-Young & Evans
Mergers, Acquisitions and Takeovers in Nigeria are governed by the Investments and Securities Act, the Securities and Exchange Rules and Regulations made pursuant to ISA, and the Companies and Allied Matters.
Fred-Young & Evans
The Provisions of the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) and a Company's Article of Association ("Articles") provides for the transfer and transmission of shares of the shareholders of the Company.
Deloitte Nigeria
The World Bank Group (World Bank) on Tuesday, 31 October 2017, published its 2018 Doing Business Report (the Report) in which Nigeria is now ranked 145th among 190 economies...
Lex Artifex, LLP
A Non-Governmental Organization ("NGO") is a body or association of persons registered as "Incorporated Trustees" under Section 590 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, Cap C20 Laws of the Federation 2010...
Lex Artifex, LLP
When deciding on how to participate in the Nigerian market, you will need to choose between establishing a new company or acquiring an existing company.
Field Fisher
As part of an on-going programme to re-balance the economy away from oil revenues and enhance the UAE's business environment, a new 5% VAT regime came into effect on January 1, 2018.
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