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CCJA: Is considered purely factual, the allegation of a party which said to have been ordered to pay the DI which is not one

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CCJA: Is considered purely factual, the allegation of a party which said to have been ordered to pay the DI which is not one

The Judgment No. 005/2017 of 26 January 2017 of the Common Court of Justice and Arbitration (CCJA) of the Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa (OHADA) contains the principle that must be dismissed the ground of an applicant in cassation which criticizes the judgment of the Court of Appeal to have disregarded the meaning of Section 49 of the AUPRVE in that it sentenced him to damages while the said Court of Appeal did not pronounce condemnation for damages against him, such a ground is unsubstantiated and therefore purely factual… Read More 

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