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Opposit Stade de l'Amitié.
Cotonou - Benin Republic
Tel: +22966211544
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 The Gomez Law Firm BJ is one of the leading  firms of Barristers and Solicitors Law Firm in        Benin Rep. and its principal, Sir C. A. Gomez, Esq., S.A.B. has been noted in reported cases as industrious and masterful in conduct of his client’ s cases by the Supreme Court of Benin Rep.

 

Gomez Law Firm  is a composite firm of legal practitioners engaged in providing a wide range of legal services to persons and corporate bodies that may require same.

 

 

 

 

 The firm has produced several judges and fourteen (14) Senior Advocates of Benin, (Benin equivalent of Queens Counsel in England) which is the largest number produced by any law firm in the country.

 

The firm’s legal practice areas and services are extensive and all-encompassing. The firm also renders consultancy services to other law firms based in Europe and America.

 

 

  • PRACTICE AREAS

 

Litigation  
Oil and Gas Law
Company and Commercial Law
Civil Law
Admiralty/Maritime Law
Family and Matrimonial Law

 

 

 

 

  • Legal System in Benin Republic

 

The legal system in Benin was formerly based on French and customary law. However, on 4 September 1981, Kérékou announced the creation of people's courts presided over by a Central People's Court which would control all judicial activities under the supervision of the executive and legislature. Each district has a court with the power to try cases, and each province has a court that acts as an appeals and assizes court. At the lowest level, each commune, village, and city ward has its own court.

 

The 1990 constitution provided for establishment of a new Constitutional Court responsible for judicial review of the constitutionality of legislation and for deciding disputes between the president and the National Assembly. This court began functioning in 1993. The constitution also established a High Court of Justice to be responsible for hearing charges of crimes against the nation committed by the president or other government officials. The highest court for nonconstitutional judicial review under the new constitution is the Supreme Court. Under the constitution, detainees must be brought before a magistrate within 48 hours of arrest.


Read more: Judicial system - Benin - powerhttp://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/Africa/Benin-JUDICIAL-SYSTEM.html#ixzz1RPtAbZmG

 

 

 

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