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On 27 April 2020, the Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development (Minister of Finance) issued two important regulations under the Companies Act 2001 ...
ENSafrica
Due to the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and its effects on the Mauritian economy, on 15 May 2020, the Government of Mauritius enacted the COVID-19 (Miscellaneous Provisions)...
ENSafrica
The global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has created a major worldwide economic disruption and companies and corporations are facing unprecedented challenges.
Appleby
The Registrar of Companies in Mauritius has issued a practice direction relating to the disclosure of beneficial ownership by companies and any other entities such as partnerships and...
Appleby
This article endeavours to highlight the often forgotten concepts of amalgamation and migration of companies which underlie some fundamental M&A transactions.
Appleby
The below is a summary of recent cases likely to influence the practice of global business in Mauritius.
Appleby
In Mauritius, such financial assistance is restricted under the Companies Act 2001.
Appleby
The role of the chairman is critical to good governance and to effective performance, but the law does not describe the role other than being the person who chairs board meetings.
Ocorian
As Africa and India scale up efforts to work together in a burgeoning start-up ecosphere, Mauritius could provide the missing link in this collaboration
Ocorian
Enabling high-net-worth clients to retain control of their assets while keeping maintenance costs to a minimum
BLC Robert
The general principle under section 129 (1) of the Companies Act (the "Act") is that the business and affairs of the company shall be managed by, or under the supervision of, the Board.
TMF Group
Let's dive into the changes in detail and what they mean for corporations in Mauritius.
BLC Robert
The Central Bank of Mauritius introduced in 2017 a licence for the issue of commercial papers. The aim of the BOM in doing so is two-fold: the licence should enable companies to diversify their source of funding.
BLC Robert
Mauritius law caters for a variety of investment vehicles, namely limited partnerships, foundations and trusts.
Appleby
On 2 August 2017, the Industrial Court of Mauritius (Industrial Court) awarded a historic amount of MUR 100,000 [± USD 3,000] as security of costs. This decision is significant in three respects.
Juristconsult Chambers
When the Constitution was enacted in 1968, there was not much business around apart from sugar cane, industries accessory to it and basic trade and commerce for the needs of colonial Mauritius.
Appleby
Welcome to the latest edition of our case law roundup, which considers recent judgments, ongoing cases and legal developments from the courts of Mauritius.
ENSafrica
Below is an overview of those legal changes that we deem notable.
Juristconsult Chambers
In the World Bank Doing Business Report 2017, Mauritius was once again ranked first among the sub-Saharan economies, but nevertheless made a spectacular fall, moving down from an overall global ranking...
BLC Robert
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)
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