Maritime law are laws, rules, regulations and international agreements that governs the activities at sea and other water ways. Cameroon is situated in a strategic position which offers marine services to other African nations such as Chad, Central African Republic and Congo. This has had a positive impact on her marine activities making her ports to be very busy. There are four ports and five terminals in Cameroon. These include:
There are however laws which regulates activities in this sector. These laws have a National, Regional and international flavour. Some of them includes:
Our team have a vast knowledge of the marine laws and their applications. We provide written agreements such as contract for carriage of cargo, charter parties between ship owners and charterers and storage agreements.
In every business relationship, dispute is inevitable. We have handled disputes such as charter party disputes, damage of cargo and contamination of cargo. Ship arrest comes in as either a conservatory measure or an executory measure.