Bobby Banson Esq. FCIArb and Enyimnyam Paintsil Esq. 1. INTRODUCTION It is trite that Arbitration Clauses could be included in contracts between non-State entities and also in treaties executed between States. This paper is however only focused on the enforcement of arbitral awards arising from arbitration which is occasioned by an International
INTRODUCTION It is common knowledge that over the years, foreign companies/investors seeking to do business or any form of investment in Ghana for that matter, have had to rely on the services of Lawyers in Ghana to advise and assist them undertake their ventures in Ghana. Hitherto, the Investor should be
The first lesson I learnt in my Land Law Class is that Land is the only commodity that God has ceased creating. It is the only thing that man, throughout the history of invention, has not attempted to create. Land has become and continues to become a very scarce commodity.
MEETING HIGH REVENUE TARGETS; A TALE OF NOTHINGNESS AND THE GRA’S RUSH FOR FOOL’S GOLD Bobby Banson, Esq., MCIArb
INTRODUCTION Every Country survives on tax. Every person (natural or artificial) is obliged to pay tax on his taxable income or revenue. All across the world, Revenue Authorities have often been entrusted with wide powers for the sole purpose of ensuring that as much revenue is collected on the State’s
I must begin by congratulating, my soon to be colleagues who will be called to the Bar on the 30th of September 2016, exactly 5 years since I joined this noble profession. As a fellow junior member at the bar, I pray that you will take these words as my infantile
The first lesson I learnt in my Land Law Class is that Land is the only commodity that God has ceased creating. It is the only thing that man, throughout the history of invention, has not attempted to create. Land has become and continue to become a very scarce commodity.
Bridging the Gap between Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs) and Socio-Economic Development across the West African Sub Region, by Ama Asare Korang, ESQ *
INTRODUCTION Investors generally face risks because of market price changes, reliability and fairness in property rights. Investors complain that rules are unfair and not fixed. The host countries also worry that investors will reap most gains and flee at the first sight of trouble, hence the distrust on both parties