Decree No. 5/2021 of February 17, 2021
–> Establishes universal and free access to the Bulletin of the Republic edited and published in electronic format and repeals Decree No. 41/2006 of 27 September
Decree No. 2/2021 of February 4, 2021
–> Reviews measures to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, for the duration of the Public Calamity Situation, and repeals Decree No 1/2021 of 13 January 2021
Decree No. 1/2021 of January 13, 2021
–> Reviews measures to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, for the duration of the Public Calamity Situation, and repeals Decree No 110/2020 of 18 December 2020.
Law No. 15/2020 of 23 December 2020
–> Extends the duration of the application of the rates of excise duty
Law No. 16/2020 of 23 December 2020
–> Amends Article 9(13) of the Value Added Tax Code, approved by Law No. 32/2007 of 31 December 2007
Law No. 20/2020 of 31 December 2020
–> Law on Credit Institutions and Financial Corporations and repeals Laws No. 15/99 of 1 November and No. 9/2004 of 21 July
Decree No. 110/2020 of December 18, 2020
–> Establishes measures to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, while the Situation of Public Calamity is in force and repeals Decree No 102/2020 of 23 November 2020
Law No. 17/2020 of December 23, 2020
–> Amends Articles 214 and 215 of the Penal Code, adopted by Law No. 24/2019 of 24 December 2019
Law No. 18/2020 of 23 December 2020
–> Amends Articles 159, 256, Chapter III of Title I of Book X, Articles 485, 486, 487, 488 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, adopted by Law No. 25/2019 of 26 December 2019
Decree No. 102/2020 of November 23, 2020
–> Establishes measures to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, while the Public Calamity Situation is in force
The IFLR 1000 has once again recognized CGA as “TOP TIER FIRM” and his partners Pedro Couto, Telmo Ferreira, Jorge Graça and Faizal Jusob as “Highly Regarded”.
“CGA’s involvement on our side allowed the achievement on significant milestones for the execution of the contracts with the local authorities and our public/private partners. Its proximity to the clients, to the administrations, and the private companies, the strong involvement of its partners, and its experience on numerous transactions, turn CGA a key partner”. – Project finance Client
“It has appropriate expertise in corporate matters” – Financial services regulatory client
“In depth-market knowledge and experience in the most relevant energy projects. Control over the transactions in which they are implicated and the quality of the documentation in which they are involved” – Project development client.
“Proactive and efficient” – M&A Client
“This company’s positive attributes are the professionalism of their lawyers, always been able to help the client, they knowledge in laws which goes accordingly to their legal opinions” – Restructuring and insolvency client
“Total Knowledge of the dynamics and trends of the energy sectors, always finding solutions to complex situations” – Project development client
“Knowledge, experience, good netwok in Mozambique, availability and responsiveness” - Project finance client
“Excellent Corporate Lawyer” – Financial services regulatory client
“Available, competent, understand our business and legally updated”. – M&A Client
Dear Customers and other Partners,
Within the framework of the strategy and rules issued by the Government of the Republic of Mozambique with a view to preventing and combating COVID-19, CGA hereby issues the compulsory measures adopted for access to the office, as well as in its operations and relations with third parties, under the following terms:
A- Access to the office:
- Use of mask / visor or face shield in all public spaces of CGA;
- Temperature measurement and sanitization of hands at the entrance;
- Frequent cleaning of the hands with alcohol gel;
- Maintain distance of at least 1.5 meters;
- Strengthening the security and frequent sanitization of our facilities;
- Suspension of international travel and reduction of domestic travel to that which is strictly necessary for the fulfilment of unavoidable obligations inherent to judicial mandates;
C - Relations with third parties:
1. Replacement, as far as possible, of face-to-face meetings using different means of communication (e.g. videoconferences or telephone conferences), thus reducing the number of employees working face-to-face and, consequently, the implementation of a rotation plan.
Our services continue to be provided by our lawyers, whether they are working on our premises or working remotely. All lawyers can be contacted by means of e-mails and telephone numbers from the respective profiles included on our website (www.cga.co.mz/advogados).
We will continue to monitor the evolution of the situation, as well as the positioning of the Government and other public entities, adjusted to our activity, whenever necessary.
We hope for a quick return to normality, with as little impact on our lives as possible.
Decree No. 84/2020 of September 18, 2020
–» Approves The Regulation on The Licensing of Infrastructure and Petroleum Operations
Ministerial Diploma No 47/2020 of 14 September 2020
–» Updates the amounts of the fees payable by applicants and holders of the Right to Use and Use of land, contained in the Land Law Regulation, approved by Decree No. 66/98 of 8 December and Decree No. 77/99 of 15 October and repeals Ministerial Diploma No. 144/2010 of 24 August
Order of 26 August 2020
–’ Transforms the 3rd and 8th Sections of Minors of the Judicial Court of the Province of Sofala into Family and Minor sections
Decree No. 82/2020 of September 10, 2020
- »Approves the Regulations for the Use of the“ .mz ”Mozambique Domain
Decree nº 81/2020 of September 9, 2020
- »Approves the Organic Statute of the National Institute for Standardization and Quality, IP, abbreviated as INNOQ, IP and repeals article 1 of Decree No. 74/2013, 31 December, which approves the INNOQ Organic Statute