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The law affecting foreigners in Egypt

as the result of the capitulations, with an account of their origin and development

by James Harry Scott

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Published by W. Green and Sons in Edinburgh .
Written in English

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    Statementby James Harry Scott
    SeriesILM -- 641.
    The Physical Object
    Formatmicroform :
    Paginationxii, 390 p. ;
    Number of Pages390
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26383605M
    OCLC/WorldCa19405313

    Generally speaking, there are no regulatory restrictions on foreign ownership of companies in Egypt. However, there are a few exceptions: restrictions on ownership apply to companies practising certain activities, including but not limited to operating importation or commercial agencies. Exodus You must not exploit or oppress a foreign resident, for you yourselves were foreigners in the land of Egypt. Leviticus You must treat the foreigner living among you as native-born and love him as yourself, for you were foreigners in the land of Egypt.

    Employees in Egypt are typically hired with an initial probationary period. The length of the probation period is fixed by contract and, by law, cannot exceed three months. There can be only one probation period. Mandated Raises The New Law sets the minimum periodic annual increase to 7% of the basic salary. Equal Opportunity.   Egypt’s rule of law: Strong on paper, shakier on the ground Earlier this month, Egypt’s cabinet passed a law confronting one of the country’s worst epidemics. The new sexual harassment law both increases fines against offenders and expands actions which are defined as harassment by law.

    The history of Egypt under the British lasts from , when it was occupied by British forces during the Anglo-Egyptian War, until , when the last British forces withdrew in accordance with the Anglo-Egyptian agreement of after the Suez first period of British rule (–) is often called the "veiled protectorate". During this time the Khedivate of Egypt remained an.   Law no. 12/ regulates the work of foreigners in Egypt’s public, private and civil sectors. Article 28 stipulates that foreigners must first obtain a work visa and a permit from the respective ministries supervising the sectors they belong to before taking on the job.


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$ The Law Affecting Foreigners in Egypt: As the Result of the Capitulations [Hardcover] Hardcover – January 1, by James Harry Scott (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: James Harry Scott. This ad in the Egyptian Gazette newspaper provides readers with a quick synopsis of a book called The Law Affecting Foreigners in Egypt by James Henry Scott, a lecturer at the Khedivial School of Law, Cairo.

The book is an introduction to Egyptian Law as it affected foreigners and provides information on history like; the law of the Ottoman Empire and the Ottoman Capitulations. Get this from a library.

The law affecting foreigners in Egypt: as the result of the capitulations, with an account of their origin and development. [James Harry Scott]. Law affecting foreigners in Egypt. Edinburgh: W. Green and Sons, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Harry Scott.

In Egypt, it seems that there was never specific legislation to facilitate the entry of migrant workers into the country. A law passed in following the Nasser revolution, prohibited foreigners from obtaining work permits as long as the labor market had Egyptians to fill the positions. The principle remains the same today.

This book will only be looking at Law No. 12 of since we are primarily concerned with private sector relationships, however, reference will also be made to Social Insurance Law No.

79 ofwhich details the insurance due to permanent and temporary employees in both the private and public sectors from their employers, as well as a number of other related laws to help paint a complete. The foreigner residing among you must be treated as your native-born. Love them as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt.

I am the LORD your God. New Living Translation Treat them like native-born Israelites, and love them as you love yourself. Remember that you were once foreigners living in the land of Egypt. I am the LORD your God. The ownership of land by foreigners is governed by three laws: Law No.

15 ofLaw No. of and Law No. of Law No. 15 of Law No. 15 and its amendments (Law of ) provides that no foreigners, whether natural or legal persons, may acquire agricultural land. Law No. of. Foreign investors will receive the same treatment under law as Egyptian nationals.

Foreign investors may now be granted preferential treatment, with approval from the Council of Ministers. Investments will not be governed by arbitrary procedures or discriminatory decisions.

Investment projects. Companies Law of Egypt stipulates that only 10% of the employees in a given company can be foreigners with salaries that shall not exceed 20% of the total salaries. According to the Investment Law, companies established in any of the free zones can employ foreign employees whose number does not exceed 25% of the employees in a company.

This means that ancient Egyptians never applied the term “foreigner” to persons living in Egypt, but only to foreigners beyond the borders of Egypt. If a person from abroad lived on Egyptian territory and spoke Egyptian, he or she were treated as members of the Egyptian society.

Verse - Law against oppression of may be doubted whether such a law as this was ever made in any other country. Foreigners are generally looked upon as "fair game," whom the natives of a country may ridicule and annoy at their pleasure. To be sincere, Egypt is a nice place, i live in cairo on business visit and this is my seventh (7th) times to visit, my first visit i stay in a hotel, Marriot at Zamalek, after then i got a flat that i pay excess and traveled and come back to the flat.

egyptian people re down to earth nice, friendly, cheerful and crazy. lol some re corny, some. On 21 Septemberlaw number was issued to define the role of the Foreign Ministry in implementing Egyptian foreign policy, developing foreign relations of Egypt with foreign governments, and international organisations, protecting Egyptian interests abroad, issuing diplomatic passports, and following up issues related to diplomatic immunities and privileges.

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As a trusted part of the Keystone Academic Solutions family of multi-lingual, student-centered websites, LAWSTUDIES is the key to law studies at all levels. Book Description: Richard A. Debs analyzes the classical Islamic law of property based on the Shari'ah, traces its historic development in Egypt, and describes its integration as a source of law within the modern format of a civil code.

Moreover, since the foreign relations of Egypt were governed by the Ottoman Porte, the Capitulations, the. Law No. 94 of amending some provisions of the Companies Law No. of and the Investment Law No. 8 of (“Law 94 of ”) stipulates some regulations for the foreign ownership of real estate in Egypt.

Law No. 94 of provides that both companies and entities shall have the right to own land and property which is required to conduct and expand their activities. Unfortunately, Law 70/ issuing the Law for Regulation of Non-Governmental Organizations and Foundations Operating in Civil Society has published on 24 May (the “New Law”).

It provides a more restrictive approach on the way civil society operates in Egypt. Those interested in the history of Egypt's legal development and the essential features of what emerged as its modern system are encouraged to read pertinent portions of books by noted scholars such as these: Nathan J.

Brown, The Rule of Law in the Arab World: Courts in Egypt and the Gulf (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ). The law further states that associations may receive funding or grants from foreign entities inside Egypt or Egyptian or foreign entities outside Egypt as long as the authority is notified within.

Egypt’s Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s Egypt is a dangerous place for dissidents. Under Sisi’s command, the military and security forces used extraordinary violence to consolidate power in the summer of that cost at least lives (in Rabaa massacre), according to a study by Bruce Rutherford in Foreign Affairs.activity explicitly restricted by the law.

• A LLC may be % owned by foreign investors; however in order for a LLC to import goods for the purpose of trading in Egypt, it must be 51% at least owned by Egyptians, and having one Egyptian manager at least responsible for importation.

• There should be at least two partners in an LLC.Among the controversial provisions of the law is Articlewhich states that all foreign-language literary works fall into the public domain if they are not translated into Arabic within three years of publication.