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CCJA: The Bailiff Does Not Have Exclusive Powers To Seize The Competent Court In Case Of Difficulty In The Compulsory Execution Of A Title

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CCJA: The Bailiff Does Not Have Exclusive Powers To Seize The Competent Court In Case Of Difficulty In The Compulsory Execution Of A Title

For the Common Court of Justice and Arbitration, “CCJA”, of the Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa, “OHADA”, when there are difficulties in the execution of an enforceable title, the initiative to seize the competent court conferred on the bailiff does not prohibit people with interest and quality to act in their own names for the defense of their interests… Read More

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