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Business Laws of Oman joins Lexgulf’s Arab Business Law Library
Lexgulf Publishers announces that in June 2010 a new looseleaf publication will be added to the company’s well established Arab Business Law Library, presently comprising Business Laws of Saudi Arabia, Business Laws of the United Arab Emirates, Business Laws of Kuwait, the Register of Laws of the Arabian Gulf, and the forthcoming (June 2010) Business Laws of Qatar.
Looseleaf publication with Main Volume & Subsequent Updating Supplements
The new title is Business Laws of Oman. The publication contains expert translations from Arabic into English of the major laws relating to business in the Sultanate of Oman. Fully indexed, the initial volume of laws as listed below will be both expanded by the issue of supplements in each subsequent year containing the translation into English of further Omani business laws as well as amendments to existing laws. The Updating Supplements will be published on annual subscription.
DentonWildeSapte is Advisor to Business Laws of Oman
The international law firm DentonWildeSapte, which has had an office in Oman since 1981, is Advisor to the publication in the selection of laws for translation for the Main Work and for the subsequent Updating Service.
Highly Experienced Translators
DentonWildeSapte is contributing its own expert translations into English of all the laws to be published in Business Laws of Oman. Where applicable, footnotes are added.
Introduction from Alastair Hirst, Consultant, DentonWildeSapte
Alastair Hirst has practised law in the Gulf for many years, initially in Oman and currently in Abu Dhabi, where he is a Consultant for DentonWildeSapte. He is proficient in Arabic for all professional purposes, and is also a visiting lecturer in business law at a Middle East university.
Benefits of Subscribing to Business Laws of Oman: