Togo to get two new commercial courts

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Thursday, 31 January 2019 17:19
Togo to get two new commercial courts

(Togo First) - In Togo, two commercial courts will be created to appropriately deal with business conflicts.

The related decision was taken during a council of ministers held last Wednesday, a statement released by Foli-Bazi Katari, spokesperson of the government and minister of communication revealed.

The two new courts, the first of which will be in Lomé and the second in Kara (414 km North of Lomé), respectively cover the maritime and Kara regions.

The decision to establish the two courts aims at “adapting procedural business law to the transformation of this sector”, in addition to efficiently meet needs, by transferring “commercial cases to specialized jurisdictions”.

The two new courts are the first in many to come. Indeed, “many other similar jurisdictions will be created to gradually cover the whole country and finalize the process started”, reads the statement.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

 
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