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Category: Publications

07 September

For some time, mining companies[2] in the Democratic Republic of the Congo are facing the National Forest Fund, (“Fonds Forestier National”), a technical and financial public establishment set up by the law N° 011/2002 of 29 August 2002 relating to the Forestry Code (“Forestry Code”) for the payment of the “deforestation tax” as a result […]

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07 September

I. Introduction  Where there is real concern to provide the administration with a good justice system, individuals who enjoy jurisdictional privileges should be litigants at the Court of Cassation, a high instance court. However, admitting that this Court hears cases in first and last instance as if its work was infallible embarrasses us so much […]

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07 September

— The arbitration practice before the International Center for Settlement of Investments Disputes (‘’ ICSID ‘’) raises the key issue relating to the applicable rule of law for settlement of dispute submitted to its jurisdiction.. As the ICSID has no lex fori, it seems, a priori, more flexible than the state counterpart. However, it remains mainly subjected […]

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07 September

In OHADA Law, the waybill is a document, which allows to establish the existence of a contract for the carriage of goods by road, between the person sending the goods and the person responsible for carrying the goods from a departure point to a delivery point, in the hands of the recipient. This recipient person […]

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07 September

Foreword In recent decades, amicable methods for dispute or litigation resolution (MARD) are very rampant and haunt minds; mediation activity in particular appears to be a “takeover bid.” On that account, more and more lawyers have been trained and are being trained to become legitimate actors of amicable dispute settlement… Read More

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08 April

Impact of Amendment of the Legal Guarantee of Stability in respect of Existing Mining Projects in the DRC The Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) commenced the review process in respect of its Act No. 007/2002 of 11 July 2002 on Mining Code (Mining Code) in 2012. The process eventually culminated in the promulgation by […]

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23 March

In its judgment No. J8/54/2017 delivered on the 27th April 2017, the Supreme Court of Ghana reiterated the principle of law to the effect that “the Supreme Court may entertain an application for special leave to appeal lodged before it”… Read More

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22 March

The present study focuses on the protection, participation and compensation for victims of serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole by the International Criminal Court (ICC). It should be noted first of all that the ICC was created primarily to punish and deter the perpetrators of serious crimes of concern to the international community as […]

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19 March

The African legislator uses the expression “arbitration” without defining it. Commonly, it is considered as private method of the dispute settlement based on the Agreement of the Parties.[1] Arbitration is thus considered by some authors as conventional justice. Arbitration is a dispute settlement procedure by a private person, called an arbitrator, who is vested with the power to […]

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05 March

  The Common Court of Justice and Arbitration (CCJA) decided, pursuant to the provisions of Section 293 and 313 of the Uniform Act on simplified recovery procedures and measures of execution, that the third–party opposition against a judgment of adjudication is inadmissible… Read More

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