High quality law services Ghana? Foreigners are permitted to invest in land in Ghana, but the nature and extent of the interests that they are permitted to own is restricted. Any person who is not a Ghanaian citizen may not hold a freehold or higher interest in land in Ghana. Foreigners and legal entities, whether or not wholly-owned by Ghanaian citizens, may therefore only hold leaseholds and lesser interests in the land. Additionally, any person who is not a Ghanaian citizen may not hold a leasehold interest for a term of more than 50 years at any one time. Our lawyers in Ghana offer a full range of property services including financing, acquisitions and disposals, tax efficiency, land use, environmental law, construction and leasing.
We offer a range of ICT-related legal advisory services to companies including the technology industry, ranging from advice on ICT, outsourcing, licensing, internet, e-commerce, software, hardware, IP and data protection issues. The scope of our offering also includes advising on content development, technology transfer, online contracting within the traditional B2B and B2C joint ventures and transactions, high techs to start-ups. Our purpose is to enable people and organisations navigate their way through the mazy world of the convergence between technology and law, and to clear the haze that clouds over the global and national legal landscape in ICT. Ultimately, the CQ business model is not complicated – we simply provide excellent services, within a set time-frame in a cost-effective manner.
Our trade finance experience ranges from working on transactions and a variety of instruments ranging from letters of credit, standby credit, bonds, guarantees, to structured financing transactions involving secured syndicated facilities to export and sale of commodity. Our experience in funds covers all aspects of fund formation, structuring and management. Our focus is on alternative investment funds, private equity funds, hedge funds, sovereign investment vehicles, infrastructure and other investment funds. Our experience in project finance, public –private-partnerships and infrastructure finance stems from knowledge of representing sponsors, lenders and borrowers in the exploration, renewable energy roads and railway sectors across Africa. See more info on CQ Legal.
Our service offering in this area includes: Mining, Oil and Gas, Project Finance, Energy, Renewable, Transport, Telecoms and Communications. We have the expertise to advise companies within the value chain including Government Entities and stakeholders within the sector, such as Independent Power Producers, Mining Companies, Bulk Distribution Companies, Operations and Maintenance Companies, Renewables, Transmission Companies, Oil Marketing Companies.
We focus on providing effective legal services and strategic advice, enabling our clients to understand and appreciate the limitations, scope and capability of the various insolvency and restructuring mechanisms in Ghana. New Law Passed in Ghana – Alternatives to Insolvency: With the economic impact of Covid-19 and an urgent need to protect businesses, Ghana’s Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency Act 2020 (Act 1015) which was passed in May, came at a crucial time. Read even more details on cqlegal.net.