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SS Rana & Co | Belize | 12 Dec 2022

BELIZE - New Country to Join the Madrid System

The Madrid System, a convenient and cost-effective solution for registering and managing trademarks worldwide, welcomes a new participant to its list…
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Courtenay Coye LLP | Belize | 14 Jul 2022

The International Arbitration Review: Belize

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The International Arbitration Review

Editor: James H. Carter

Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP

The International Arbitration Review provides an analytical overview of what has occurred in each of the important arbitration jurisdictions during the past year, capturing recent developments while putting them in the context of each jurisdiction's legal arbitration structure and selecting the most important matters for comment.

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Ogier | Anguilla, Antigua, Bahamas, etc. | 11 Jul 2022

Trade Marks Prosecution Fact Sheet: English speaking Caribbean

Both national applications and applications for the re-registration of UK trade mark registrations are accepted, Paris Convention Priority can be…
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Ogier | Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, etc. | 11 Jul 2022

Trade Marks Prosecution Fact Sheet: Central America

Both single and multi-class applications are accepted; however, a maximum of five classes is allowed when filing a multi-class application…
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Quijano & Associates | Belize | 23 Mar 2022

Economic Substance in Belize

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Economic Substance

Carey Olsen

Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into economic substance regimes in offshore and other jurisdictions, including affected entities and activities; tax residence considerations; criteria used by tax authorities to determine whether an organisation has sufficient economic substance within a given jurisdiction; enforcement regimes; reporting and compliance requirements; and recent trends.

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Courtenay Coye LLP | Belize, United Kingdom | 25 Mar 2021

Video link as a means of access to justice

Traditionally, in order for persons involved in litigation in the Supreme Court to participate in such proceedings – whether as a claimant, a defendant or even a witness – they had to be present in the court. At times, this strict requirement of personal presence served as a barrier to the ultimate goal of resolving disputes through litigation where persons involved therein were unable to......
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Courtenay Coye LLP | Belize | 5 Mar 2020

International arbitration: outlook

Foreign arbitration is seen as an alternative method of dispute resolution that may be preferred to litigation. However, Belize case law has identified the difficulties that might be encountered by an award holder in attempting to enforce an award. It is also arguable that the option of foreign arbitration has been undermined by the passing of the Crown Proceedings (Amendment) Act and the......
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Courtenay Coye LLP | Belize | 20 Feb 2020

International arbitration: key legislative developments

Arbitration in Belize is governed by the Arbitration Act. As the act was last amended in 1980, it has become somewhat outdated. However, these amendments assisted in Belize's assimilation of a modern arbitration enforcement regime by incorporating the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards 1958 into domestic law. In 2017 legislation was enacted that has......
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