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This is the second in a series of Mauritius Regulatory Alerts in which we bring you an overview of the latest legal and regulatory developments in the offshore world, with a particular focus on Mauritius.
ENSafrica
The Fourth Schedule of the Insolvency Act is amended to amend priority in which preferential creditors have to be paid.
Appleby
In Mauritius, there are two main sources of law regarding cross border insolvency, pursuant to which the Mauritius court may recognise and give assistance to a foreign insolvency proceeding
Appleby
The below is a summary of recent cases likely to influence the practice of global business in Mauritius.
Appleby
A fundamental question that arises during secured debt financing transactions is which type of security would provide the lender with more advantageous options vis-à-vis any other creditors of the obligor.
BLC Robert
The ISDA master agreement forms the backbone of a significant amount of over-the-counter derivative transactions.
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)
BLC Robert
Mauritius is known as an established financial centre and platform for foreign investments and debt financing of assets in Africa, Asia and the region offering financing structuring solutions to both...
BLC Robert
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...
Harneys
Insolvency law in Mauritius is principally regulated by the Insolvency Act 2009, and it is supplemented by some provisions of the Companies Act 2001...
Appleby
The Court of Civil Appeal of Mauritius delivered an interlocutory judgment on 20 February 2014.
Appleby
On 16 June 2011, the Supreme Court of Mauritius, acting through its jurisdiction of Judge in Chambers, delivered an Interlocutory Judgment on the appointment of an administrator under the Insolvency Act 2009.
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