Mozambique: Large-scale reform seeks to maximise and monetise resources

Guilherme Daniel and Teresa Empis Falcão consider how the spate of legislative and policy changes will create an attractive business and investment environment in Mozambique.

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Mozambique: Ports and terminals

The key ports in Mozambique are Maputo, Beira and Nacala. There are other smaller ports in the Province of Gaza, Inhambane, Quelimane and Pemba.

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Court clarifies Construction Act transition provisions: date of prime contract is key for application of section 87.3

The changes to Ontario’s construction lien legislation continue to make themselves felt with the Ontario Superior Court’s recent decision in Crosslink Transit Solutions Constructors v. Form & Build Supply (Toronto) Inc. (2021 ONSC 3396), which interpreted the transition provisions of the Construction Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. C.30. In the Crosslinx case, the court concluded that the “contract” used to determine whether the old Construction Lien Act or the new Construction Act applies under s.87.3(1)(a) is the prime contract between the owner and the contractor.

Canadian travel update: easing border measures for fully vaccinated travellers to Canada

On 20 July 2021, the Government of Canada announced that fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents (U.S. Green Card holders) will be allowed to enter Canada as of 9 August 2021 for discretionary travel. As of 7 September 2021, assuming Canada’s epidemiology remains favourable, the federal government will also open the Canadian borders to fully vaccinated travellers from all other countries for discretionary travel.

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