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The Vinci Coffee controversy: government did not need to consult with local farmers by law

Despite the outrage following parliament’s recent damning report on an agreement between the Government of Uganda and Vinci Coffee without consultation with local farmers, government was not obliged by law to consult wi..

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ǼLEX

A Review of the Contractor's Power

When project owners refuse to pay contractors or have denied them access to the construction sites, contractors react in several ways. One such reaction is to suspend further performance of works until payment is made or access to the site is given. However, the contracto..

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Clyde & Co.

Performance Security Bonds in Tanzania

A Performance Security Bond (Performance Bond) is a contract of guarantee in which one party (the Guarantor) promises to discharge the liability of a third party in the event of default. Performance Bonds are designed to ensure the performance of duties by parties t..

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ENSafrica

What you need to know about NFTs and smart contracts

A non-fungible token, often referred to as an NFT, is a digital asset that represents real-world objects such as art, music, and videos on a blockchain. Some examples of NFTs include the Nyan Cat gif, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey's first original tweet, and a video o..

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KN Law

An Overview of Electronic Signing in Kenya

The constant progression of technology through innovations continues to revolutionize how people live and work. One key technological development is the emergence of electronic signatures (e-signatures) and advanced e-signatures. The use of these in place of written signa..

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ENSafrica

Trade liberalization in Africa and arbitration clauses in cross-border agreements

The African Continental Free Trade Area or AfCFTA”, launched last year in terms of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, created the la..

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Vieira de Almeida

Mozambique: Amendments to the Civil Code

 
Decree-Law No. 2/2021, of 9 August - Amends articles 377, 714, 875 and 1143 of the Civil Code, approved by Decree-Law No. 47344, of 25 November 1966.  Read More
ǼLEX

Wrongfully Suspending Performance of a Construction Contract – When a Contractor Will Not Be Liable for Repudiatory Breach

Non-payment in construction projects could be extremely frustrating for the contractor. The contractor’s frustration is further heightened where the contract..

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