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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRIVATE AND PUBLIC COMPANY IN KENYA

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRIVATE AND PUBLIC COMPANY IN KENYA   There exists various types of companies in Kenya as provided for by the Companies Act, 2015, and amongst them are Public and Private Companies, being the most preferred types of companies used to undertake business in Kenya. Essentially, a private company refers to a company that...

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Compliance with Data Protection Laws; Principles of Personal Data Protection in Kenya.

Compliance with Data Protection Laws; Principles of Personal Data Protection in Kenya. The Data Protection Act was enacted with a view of promoting the right to privacy, particularly in relation to personal information. This information may be collected automatically or manually for several purposes. These purposes include collection, recording, organization, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration,...

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REGISTRATION OF A FOREIGN COMPANY IN KENYA.

REGISTRATION OF A FOREIGN COMPANY IN KENYA A foreign Company is defined as a Company that has been incorporated outside Kenya and has its place of Business outside Kenya. For a foreign Company to operate in Kenya, It must be registered in Kenya under the Companies Act, 2015, a requirement under Section 974 of the...

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REGULATING CRYPTO-ASSETS: A CURSORY REVIEW OF THE CAPITAL MARKETS (AMENDMENT BILL) 2022

REGULATING CRYPTO-ASSETS: A CURSORY REVIEW OF THE CAPITAL MARKETS (AMENDMENT BILL) 2022 Not so recently, technocrats devised a new digital payment system anchored on blockchain technology. Names such as Changpeng Zhao, Sam Bankman-Fried, and Brian Armstrong are spoken off highly in the Forbes Billionaires list for the huge strides made in the volatile world of...

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REGISTRATION OF TRADEMARKS IN KENYA

TRADEMARKS REGISTRATION IN KENYA Trademarks are a vital classification of intellectual property bestowing on the registered proprietor exclusive commercial rights to exploit the trademark. The registration of trademarks is regulated by the Trade Marks Act CAP 506 of the Laws of Kenya. A trade mark has been defined under the Act to mean “a mark...

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The Law on Adverse Possession in Kenya

The Law on Adverse Possession in Kenya “In order to be entitled to land by Adverse Possession, the claimant must prove that he has been in exclusive possession of the land openly and as of right without interruption for a period of 12 years either after dispossessing the owner or by discontinuation of possession by...

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CR Advocates LLP Wins the Nairobi Legal Awards 2022

CR Advocates LLP Wins the Nairobi Legal Awards 2022 On Friday the 25 November 2022, The Nairobi Legal Awards (NLA) Trust, an initiative of the Nairobi LSK Branch announced and awarded the legal professionals for professional excellence and contribution through the practice of law in Kenya. Surprisingly and well deservingly, CR Advocates LLP, emerged as...

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IMMIGRATING TO KENYA, IS IT POSSIBLE?

All you need to acquire Kenyan citizenship is quality legal assistance from top-notch lawyers at CR Advocates LLP to fulfill your dreams of traveling to Kenya, residing there or even becoming a Kenyan citizen.   Immigration can be defined as the exercise that makes it possible for people to travel to other countries or reside...

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Digital Service Providers in Kenya Now Regulated By the Central Bank of Kenya

COMPLY OR SHUT DOWN! NEW REGULATIONS FOR NON-DEPOSIT-TAKING MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS. The Microfinance Act Number 19 of 2006 had for a long time had to stretch its wings wide enough to address the interests of both the Deposit and Non-deposit taking Microfinance institutions. However, the Central Bank of Kenya; the Key player in the statute and...

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