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You may think that applying for your housing allowance or “indemnité de non-logement” is hard or cumbersome. This is not necessarily the case if you know how to go about the whole process. This is a comprehensive guide on what is a housing allowance and how to apply for one.
The Cameroonian Constitution is the supreme law of the Republic of Cameroon. Recently revised in 2008, this is Cameroon’s fourth constitution. The document consists of a preamble and 13 parts, each divided into articles. PREAMBLE We, the people of Cameroon, Motives for writing constitution Reference to fraternity/solidarity Cameroon Constitution 2008
OHADA is a French acronym “Organisation pour l’harmonisation en Afrique du droit des affaires”, with an English equivalence of “Organisation for the Harmonisation of Corporate Law in Africa”. The OHADA came to life after the treaty signed by 14 States on October 17, 1993 in Port – Louis (Mauritius Island)
The OHADA Uniform Act on simplified recovery procedures defines time-efficient and cost-efficient ways of debt recovery. UNIFORM ACT ORGANIZING SIMPLIFIED RECOVERY PROCEDURES AND ENFORCEMENT MEASURES The Council of Ministers of the Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa (OHADA), – Considering the Treaty on the Harmonization of Business
The Cameroon Labour Code is a 1992 law that mediates the relationship between the employer and the employee as well as define their rights in a work contract. Cameroon Labour Code PART I – GENERAL PROVISIONS Section 1: (1) This law shall govern labour relations between wage-earners and employers as
Law No 2004/022 of 22 July 2004 To lay down the rules governing the organization and functioning of private education – private schools in Cameroon Law Governing private schools in Cameroon Law Governing private schools in Cameroon TITRE PRELIMINAIRE De la publication, des effets et de l’application des lois en

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