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FAQ on protective ship arrest

All documents supporting the alleged maritime claim between the debtor and the claimant; proof of bad faith from the debtor is recommended. TOGO

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Practice of precautionary arrest of vessels in Benin: the case of arrest for damage by extrapolation

When unloading certain goods, such as cereals, it is common practice in Benin, as in all West Africa countries, that cargo interests request a guarantee covering damage to the goods. The guarantee thus requested is intended to cover all damage, including foreseeable damage which has not yet been actually ascertained by surveyors. To assess such […]

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SENEGAL
(Dakar)

DESK WEST AFRICA

Romain SOGLO
+229 6121 1919
+33 6 59 00 89 93
romain.soglo@anansilaw.com

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IVORY COAST
(Abidjan, San Pedro)

DESK WEST AFRICA

Romain SOGLO
+229 6121 1919
+33 6 59 00 89 93
romain.soglo@anansilaw.com

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DR CONGO
(Kinshasa, Matadi)

DESK CENTRAL AFRICA

Julien KOKOU
+228 9367 6464
julien.kokou@anansilaw.com

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GABON
(Libreville, Port Gentil)

DESK CENTRAL AFRICA

Julien KOKOU
+228 9367 6464
julien.kokou@anansilaw.com

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CAMEROUN
Douala

DESK CENTRAL AFRICA

Julien KOKOU
+228 9367 6464
julien.kokou@anansilaw.com

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Julien Edem KOKOU

+228 93 67 64 64
+33 (0) 7 60 22 55 52
julien.kokou@anansilaw.com

97, rue Toaga, Lomé – TOGO

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Romain SOGLO

+229 61 21 19 19
+33 6 59 00 89 93

romain.soglo@anansilaw.com

Lot 1602 Aïbatin, Cotonou
BENIN