Navigating Through the Regulation of Maritime Liens and Mortgages in African Countries in the Advent of the African Continental Free Trade Area

by Warren de Waegh Preparing for the boom in maritime trade following AfCFTA The paper argues that it is crucial to assess, at this point in time, whe...

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Diversifying Rescue: Corporate Rescue and the Models of Receivership

by Bolanle Adebola Introduction The paper contributes to ongoing global debates on the design of effective corporate rescue procedures. Rescue procedu...

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The Role of the Court in Balancing Stakeholder Interests in Insolvency in Developing Economies

by Hamiisi J. Nsubuga   This blog introduces the article which forms¬†part of the CLRNN special issue on Insolvency Law Reforms and Developing Eco...

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Insolvency Law Reform and Developing Countries in Africa

In September 2023, the International Company and Commercial Law Review published a special on Insolvency Law Reform and Developing Economies in Africa...

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Insolvency Law Reform: The African Experience – Part I

Introduction In this two-part series, Ikenna Ikeyi, early career researcher, commences the examination of insolvency law reforms in Eastern and Wester...

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Progressive Corporate Rescue in Emerging Economies: The Nigerian Experience

Overview As has been stated elsewhere, the enactment of the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) 1990 was heralded in Nigeria as landmark company l...

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A Call to Reinvigorate Corporate Rescue in Uganda as an Emerging Economy

by Hamiisi J. Nsubuga  Background When the Ugandan government commissioned the Uganda Law Reform Commission (ULRC) to review and make recommendations ...

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