The following laws form the basis of the Moroccan corporate legislative corpus: the Moroccan Civil Code, or Dahir (royal decree) Obligations et des Contrats, of August 12, 1913; Law No. 17-95 on joint-stock companies, promulgated by Dahir No. 1-96-124 of August 30, 1996; and Law No. 5-96 on limited liability companies, promulgated by Dahir No. 1-97-49 on February 13, 1997. Corporate Law The business environment, both global and local, is changing and evolving rapidly, thus requiring regular…
From The Report: Morocco 2019
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Written in partnership with Sayarh & Menjra Law Firm, this chapter introduces the reader to the different aspects of the legal system in Morocco. It also contains a viewpoint with Mehdi Megzari and Omar Sayarh, Partner and Managing Partner, Sayarh & Menjra Law Firm.