COMPANY LAW IN CAMEROON / COMPANY LITIGATION/RECOVERY
COMPANY MATTERS IN CAMEROON
With the harmonisation of business rules and procedures in Africa, some 16 African countries decided to come together and form an organisation known by its French acronym as OHADA with the main aim of protecting and promoting business among the member countries. It is made up of several Acts and one of such acts is the Uniform Act on Commercial Companies and Economic Interest Groups.
This Act lays down the governing rules and procedures to be used with regard to CommercialRead More
ALTERNARIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION.
ARBITRATION IN CAMEROON.
Arbitration has become a necessity in Cameroon for important transactions as it is the most convenient means of alternative conflicts resolution, due to some bottlenecks in our courts. The flexibility of arbitration has made economic operators to include it in their contracts as the mode of regulation of their conflicts.
Cameroon has a modern arbitration system provided by Articles 21 to 26 of the OHADA Treaty, the OHADA
TELECOMMUNICATIONS IN CAMEROON
With respect to Telecommunication in Cameroon, the Managing Partner of our Firm Barrister NGOUANA had the opportunity to work in the team of experts that prepared the laws governing Cyber Security, Cyber criminality and electronic communications in Cameroon.
Besides the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications that regulates the telecommunication sector, we have the TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATORY BOARD well known by its French acronym ART (Agence de Regulation des Telecommunications.
.The telecommunication sector is in constant development in Cameroon and is well targeted by many companies arriving in Cameroon to develop their business activities.Read More