ESCROW SERVICES IN CAMEROON

An escrow service agreement is a contract that outlines the terms and conditions between parties involved and the responsibility of each. Escrow agreements generally involve an independent third party. The terms outlined are as follows;

CORPORATE & LEGAL DUE DILIGENCE IN CAMEROON

Corporate due diligence is an extensive process undertaken by an acquiring firm in order to thoroughly and completely assess the target company’s business, assets, liabilities and financial performance.

PUBLIC CONTRACTS IN CAMEROON

Public contracts in Cameroon are regulated by the Public contracts code. Public contracts in Cameroon are instituted based on the principle of freedom of access to public procurement, equal treatment of candidates and transparent procedures.

SHIP CHARTERING IN CAMEROON

Ship chartering in Cameroon is governed by the Marine Marchande Code 2012 of the CEMAC Region and other member state legislation. Ship Chartering is the hiring of a vessel and crew for the voyage between a port of loading and a discharge port.

SEAMAN CONTRACTS AND DISPUTES

Seaman contracts and disputes in Cameroon conform to the general principles and elements of contract law to wit; offer and acceptance, consideration, as well as the circumstances under which breach of contract can occur and the remedies to disputes emanating from such contracts.

PROCUREMENT SERVICES IN CAMEROON

Procurement is the process of finding and agreeing to terms, and acquiring goods, services or works from an external source often through a tendering or competitive bidding process.

GAS EXPLOITATION LICENSE IN CAMEROON

certain conditions have been imposed for operations in the downstream gas sector in Cameroon. They include but not limited to;

OIL EXPLOITATION LICENSE IN CAMEROON

The grant of authorization under petroleum contracts is also subject to several fiscal obligations to wit:

RESIDENT AND WORK PERMIT IN CAMEROON

The scope of foreign direct investment, the quest for specialist services by homegrown companies and industries in Cameroon usually require the importation of foreign services from expatriates.

REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT IN CAMEROON

Persons desirous of starting a real estate business in Cameroon must know that they will be engaged in a plethora of legal transactions, negotiation and financial commitment.