According to the OHADA Law, any person registered in the Trade and Personal Property Credit Register shall be presumed save proof to the contrary to have the status of trader within the meaning of the Uniform Act. Hence the need to understand the effects of registration and disputes in Cameroon.
Every natural person or corporate body registered in the TPPCR shall be bound to indicate on its invoices, order forms, tariffs, and commercial documents as well as on every correspondence its number and place of registration in the register.
Noncompliance with the formalities of registration in the TPPCR shall prevent the natural person or corporate body from claiming the status of a trader.
Deeds and documents subject to registration as against third parties and public services maybe relied on in commercial activities by persons subject to registration in the Trade and Personal Property Credit Register only if such deeds and documents have been published in the Register.
Disputes relating to registration in the TPPCR shall be referred to the competent court.