By Boris Martor, Nanette Pilkington, David S Sellers, Sebastien Thouvenot
Criminal harmonization is an important step to encouraging international funding in Africa and the advance of sustainable pan-African alternate. Now in a completely up to date second version, company legislations in Africa explains the recent procedure of legislation, now being built and promoted through the association for the Harmonization of commercial legislations in Africa. OHADA's crucial target is to advertise fiscal integration and improvement by means of making a safe felony framework for the behavior of industrial in Africa. in an effort to accomplish that goal, OHADA has enacted a few legislation, often called Uniform Acts, on numerous features of commercial legislation together with advertisement and corporate legislation, insolvency, securities and arbitration. those Uniform Acts are without delay appropriate all through OHADA's member states and the purpose is to recruit additional individuals and to unfold the rules of OHADA throughout Africa. This authoritative e-book bargains an summary of the goals and achievements of the OHADA process and explains intensive the laws that has been issued up to now.
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Article 15. Article 18. Article 274. Article 19. 23 To properly deliver the type of services envisaged by the Uniform Act, all the RCCM ofﬁces within the Member States will have to be fully organized and computerized on the same system. This is proving to be a very long process and at present the old national systems are still being operated in some countries. 2. 25 The documents required for registration are listed in Articles 25 and 26 of the Uniform Act (for individuals), Articles 27 and 28 (for companies) and Article 29 (for branches).
During his time in ofﬁce, a former Permanent Secretary, Dr Kwawo Lucien Johnson, recognized that these national commissions were a very useful innovation and was keen to promote their ofﬁcialization as institutions within the OHADA system and to ensure that they were representative of all the legal professions and the business community. 17 When this has been done, the Permanent Secretariat calls a plenary session of all the national commissions, to reach a consensus on the draft. 18 footnote 3.
12 dated 28 February 2003, p. 23. 16 This is perhaps doubtful, however, given that the national commissions are not composed of elected representatives of the people. Instead, the creation of standing committees of the national parliaments might be envisaged, or a regional parliament or interparliamentary committee as is the case in ECOWAS, UEMOA and CEMAC (see Chapter 12). 17 Article 7 of the treaty. 18 The intervention of the national commissions and this phase of the process are not envisaged by the treaty.