JURIDIS is recruiting, for one of its clients, a well-established local group of companies, a dynamic, fully qualified, and experienced HEAD OF LEGAL
The Privy Council upholds the limited scope of intervention of the Supreme Court to set aside an arbitral award under the International Arbitration Act 2008
Amendments to the Non-Citizens (Property Restriction) Act and the Foundations Act: Wider scope of restrictions
The Non-Citizens (Property Restriction) Act 1975 and the Foundations Act 2012 have been amended on 27 April 2021 to cater for a loophole in our current legislation.
News that the UK Government has included Mauritius on its so called “money laundering and terrorist financing blacklist” rang the usual alarm bells in the local media, some (again) rushing to describe yet another “final-nail-in-the-coffin” situation.
In a landmark decision delivered today, 8th April 2021, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has upheld mandatory vaccination as “necessary in a democratic society.”
On 2 April 2021 the Government of Mauritius announced that Cabinet has taken note of the forthcoming publication by the Ministry of Financial Services and Good Governance of the Financial Intelligence and Anti-Money Laundering (Review Panel) Rules 2021.
THE QUARANTINE ACT 2020
Following the inspections carried out by the Financial Services Commission (Hereinafter referred to as “the FSC”), the Regulator has now brought amendments to the FSC AML/CFT handbook
Minimising the risks of corporate insolvencies as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Access to Support Schemes set up by the Mauritian Government As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cripple countries across the globe, Mauritius has unfortunately not been spared.
"Do you really want to end up in Court?" If you are about to get entangled in a tedious and costly lawsuit, you would probably want to think it over.