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Karbal & Co
Like any other government, the Libyan government, and its entities, purchases from the private sector, goods, services and works, such as construction and maintenance service.
Karbal & Co
It is a known fact that the Libyan people are still struggling to establish a strong central government in order to fulfill the hopes and aspirations that inspired the revolution of February 17, 2011.
Karbal & Co
Violations of human rights are committed by all countries with varying degrees of severity.
Karbal & Co
Despite the current security problems, the Libyan government, due to its efforts to rebuild the New Libya, has situated the nation at the apex of a widely-anticipated economic boom...
Karbal & Co
Libya Investment Libya is not only notorious for being one of the most stringent Middle East countries in enacting oil regulations...
Karbal & Co
Even though Libya has not ratified the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, arbitration awards issued by arbitrators of foreign jurisdictions can be enforced in Libya.
Karbal & Co
After the fall of Gaddafi's regime, foreign companies which had performed works in Libya rushed to the international tribunals seeking compensation.
Karbal & Co
Tribunals, whether national or international, exercise discretion when awarding lost-profits claims since such claims involve complex economic and financial data.
CSB Group
The United Nations Security Council (‘UNSC') constantly highlights the importance of international support for Libyan control over its territory and resources.
Karbal & Co
Under the Libyan Civil Code, a Libyan tribunal is empowered to adjust or rebalance a civil contract to "restore its equilibrium" as a result of extraordinary or unforeseen events...
Karbal & Co
During the twentieth century, Libya enjoyed only nineteen years of peace. Of only eight of the nineteen years, Libya enjoyed the fruits of its oil production.
Ikigai Law
Access to telecommunication networks has acquired a distinct strategic lilt in modern conflicts.
Inventa International
Libya lies along the southern edge of the Mediterranean in North Africa and is the fourth largest Arab nation in the world. It has a population of almost 7 million people, 97% of whom are...
Clyde & Co
Following the decision of Rose J on 8 June 2015 setting aside a statutory demand served on Mr Maud, the Libyan Investment Authority appealed to the Court of Appeal.
Clyde & Co
As the violence in Libya intensifies following the battle for Tripoli international airport in the summer of 2014, many foreign companies are considering their future position in Libya.
Clyde & Co
The Libyan government is planning to introduce many new laws over the coming few months, and one of the most important being the new Companies Law.
ENSafrica
The Libyan Trade Mark Office has resumed the process of trade mark searching since April 2013 and will reportedly be accepting new applications for the registration of trade marks in May 2013.
Clyde & Co
The General National Congress of Libya approved Law No. 13 of 2013, "The Political and Administrative Isolation Law", which precludes officials of the former Gaddafi regime from holding a position in the new government or parliament, as well as positions of leadership in various other institutions including the judiciary, universities, the military and the media.
Clyde & Co
Libyan Central Bank Governor’s Resolution No. (1) of 2013 on the Regulation of Foreign Currencies Trading and the Determination of the Powers Required for Execution of Foreign Transfers for all Purposes.
Clyde & Co
Investment Fund Regulation and Libyan Central Bank Governor’s Resolution No. (17) of 2013 on the Formation of an Investment Fund Control Committee.
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