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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Concludes That A Regulatory Authority Can Be Held Liable For Damages For Unfair Competition By Market Players
MT was the sole provider of land line services within Mauritius as well as international communications to and from Mauritius.
Mauritius
1 Nov 2017
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Further Signs Of Mauritian Courts' Support To Arbitration
This was not opposed by the Council and an exequatur order was granted.
Mauritius
30 Aug 2017
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Guide To Law Types In Mauritius
What systems of law are used within your jurisdiction and what are they used for (i.e. English law for project development, New York law for high yield issues)
Mauritius
6 Jun 2017
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Alternative Tax Dispute Resolution – A New Platform To Settle Tax Disputes Efficiently
The Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) has set up an Alternative Tax Dispute Resolution (ATDR) Panel to resolve tax disputes through a streamlined process that is efficient and cost effective.
Mauritius
2 Jun 2017
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Mauritius Taking Centre Stage In International Arbitration
The Congress of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (commonly known as "ICCA") is the largest regular conference devoted to international arbitration.
Mauritius
26 Jul 2016
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WHY MAURITIUS? A National Court In Support Of International Arbitration
These short notes have no academic pretentions. They do nothing more than narrate – "report" would be too pompous a word – some of the judgments of the Supreme Court of Mauritius in matters of international arbitration since the promulgation of the International Arbitration Act in 2009.
Mauritius
22 Jun 2016
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MCB v Realpoint*, Court Dismisses Application For Receivership But Grants An Order For Séquestre Judiciaire**
MCB made an application for the appointment of a receiver manager under the Insolvency Act 2009 or alternatively, for an order under article 1961 of the Mauritian Civil Code...
Mauritius
12 Apr 2016
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MCB v UBS*, Court Applies Procedure Under International Arbitration Act 2008
The Commercial Division of the Supreme Court of Mauritius held that the issue as to applicability of the arbitration clause under a facility agreement was not open for it to determine...
Mauritius
12 Apr 2016
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Would Mauritius Courts Follow Popplewell J In Support Of Asymmetric Jurisdiction Clauses?
The widespread use of asymmetric jurisdiction clauses has strong underpinnings; the party who bears the primary commercial risk under the contract is given the benefit of the option.
Mauritius
16 Mar 2016
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5 Things To Know On Floating Charges
Under Mauritian law, a floating charge is a general security interest over all present and future movable or immovable assets, which may change in quantity and value during the security period.
Mauritius
15 Mar 2016
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