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The Court of Cassation ruled that printing name on cheques without being signed does not hold the person liable for the offense of ‘issuance of blank cheques’. Hence, the Court of Cassation found that a ruling issued by the Magistrate Court holding a woman liable for printing cheques under her name, without having them signed, is in fact contrary to the law.  

Source: Ruling No. 1707 of 2019 / Court of Cassation 

Our founder and managing partner Dr. Ibrahim Amosh established Amosh Legal Services & Arbitration back in the year 2000. In the past twenty years, we provided comprehensive legal services, with particular expertise in the area of corporate, commercial and securities laws. The firm also provides legal services in various fields including, telecommunication, intellectual property, and property, banking, insurance, taxation and labour law. On a corporate level, the firm conducted many legal due diligences, incorporated companies, formed, and overlooked various joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions.     Read More...

Dr. Ibrahem Amosh 

April, 6, 2020

Due to the outbreak of Covid-19 also known as the Coronavirus, some companies worldwide will potentially attempt to invoke force majeure clauses to curb their contractual liability in the face of the difficulties they are experiencing in performing their contractual obligations. In some countries, such as China, France and Iraq, the concerned authorities issued “Force Majeure Certificates” which recognize Covid-19 as a case of force majeure for companies who engage in contractual relationships.  Read More...