Analysis Offshore Smooth finish By The Lawyer 25 July 2010 00:00 17 December 2015 16:08 Sign in or register to continue reading. It's FREE Sign in Email Password Keep me logged in Forgot your password? Not registered? It's FREE! Register now Register with The Lawyer Didier PICON - MD at Murray & Collins OMC 26 July 2010 at 23:08 Thanks for the article Mr. Moller. However, I’m not quite sure that Part VI of the Insolvency Act 2009, dealing with Cross Border Insolvencies, has been proclaimed yet. I wrote an article a year ago in respect of the Introduction of Netting in Mauritius as it seemed weird to me that the 300 pages bill was tabled on the last meeting of the National Assembly. It was my fear that “Rare would perhaps be the deputies of the Assembly who would be willing to go into an in depth analysis of this complicated piece of legislation on a 16 th December before the new year’s eve festivities and rarer would perhaps be those who would scrutinise the contents thereof during the vacation period until the next year’s sitting so as to voice their comments in respect thereto, should they have any.” You can find the article at the following address: http://188.8.131.52/epapertest/epapermain.aspx?edorsup=Main&queryed=9&querypage=14&boxid=234320921&parentid=2660&eddate=02/25/2009 Regards, Didier PICON Reply Link Anonymous 27 July 2010 at 14:13 The Insolvency Act 2009 (except Part VI) came into operation on 1st June 2009. Part VI governs cross-border insolvency, important issues arise for Mauritius in this area because of the significance of the global business sector which requires clear and well understood rules governing the insolvency of Global Business Companies and also governing those respects in which such companies can form part of, or operate outside of, an international insolvency administration. The Act thus provides for Mauritius to adopt the UNCITRAL model law on cross-border insolvency as set out in the 9th Schedule (Sections 366, 367 and 368). The Schedule will, however not come into operation until there is sufficient reciprocity in dealing with insolvencies in jurisdictions that have trading or financial connections with Mauritius, or that it is otherwise in the public interest.For the regime to be workable, it is desirable that there be some mutuality between affected jurisdictions so that the principal countries with which Mauritius has trading or financial connections either have adopted the UNCITRAL regime or have compatible regimes. Reply Link Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.