Posts tagged with "Republic of Mauritius"

Construction/Real Estate · 14. May 2020
As at the 15th May 2020, there will be a partial opening of the economy in Mauritius and in line with the best practices the Building and Civil Engineering Contractors Association (BACECA) has published its guidelines for post-confinement in the construction industry and this has also been shared on the website of the Construction Industry Development Board.

Employment Law · 08. May 2020
Following a communique from the Prime Minister's Office, employers will have to apply for work access permits so that their employees can access their work premises.

COVID-19-Updates · 01. April 2020
Given that the sanitary curfew has been extended till the 4th May 2020, the enforcement measures will be discussed in this article.

COVID-19-Updates · 23. March 2020
Any person who:- is found outdoor in breach of this curfew order; is found outdoors for a purpose other than availing himself of urgent medical treatment, essential supplies, foodstuff, medicine or any other item essential for their subsistence or livelihood; or breaches any condition of a permit issued by the Commissioner of Police, shall commit an offence under the laws of the Republic of Mauritius and shall be liable to a fine and IMPRISONMENT for a maximum term of 6 months

COVID-19-Updates · 21. March 2020
Pursuant to the lockdown in the Republic of Mauritius, the Head of State of the country through the Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation announced measures to be adopted during the confinement period of all Homo Sapiens on Mauritian grounds. In order for the state to have the legal framework to operate, co-ordinate, mitigate and prevent the spread of our invisible enemy, the Prevention and Mitigation of Infectious Disease(Coronavirus) Regulations 2020 has been adopted on the 20th March 2020.

Employment Law · 29. December 2019
The law provides that where a cyclone warning class III or IV is in force in the Republic of Mauritius, a worker may absent himself from work and the employer shall pay remuneration to the worker at the normal rate in respect of the period of absence.

General Information · 15. April 2019
It is therefore vital to draw a clear demarcation line between regulating the misuse of social media/networks and allowing every citizen to express oneself freely without any fear on such platforms as this is going to pave the way for our new digitised model of democracy.

Construction/Real Estate · 09. September 2018
The moment the tenant move into the rented premises or arrange to move into the premises in exchange for rent, there is already a verbal agreement in place. Although the verbal agreement is valid and binding, it is strongly advised that a written agreement be concluded.

General Information · 25. May 2018
After independence in 1968 and on its becoming a Republic in 1992, Mauritius deemed it fit to maintain the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council as its highest court of appeal.