July 2014: Recently Indonesia’s antigraft body has broadened its supervisory function in the mining sector to include the observation of practices of mining companies that hold contracts of works.As of now Mining licenses are required to obtain a “clean and clear” status, which indicates that the companies’ activities are in line with the government’s environmental policies, free from overlapping land rights, and in conformity with all tax and non-tax financial obligations.There are currently 10,918 IUPs nationwide, of which 6,042 already obtained the clean and clear status.
The UK government has tabled reforms to UK competition law which could allow the removal of the “concurrent” powers of sector regulators to apply competition law. The changes extend to the energy sector and beyond, raising important issues concerning the proper allocation of functions between the competition authority and sector regulators in the context of […]
The MoP&NR, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources, is facing strong resistance from stakeholders in the public sector in regards to their planned establishment of a second LNG terminal thanks to the resources of GHPL; Government Holding (Pvt) Limited Sources have informed the Business Recorder. The sources also claimed that Petroleum Ministry is planning to […]
Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 Civil Appeals 96. Appeal from original decree. (1) Save where otherwise expressly provided in the body of this Code or by any other law for the time being in force, an appeal shall lie from every decree passed by any Court exercising original jurisdiction to the Court authorised to hear […]