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  1. Mongolia - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Company Law of Mongolia. - Act on-line in English

    Adoption: 1999-07-02 | Date of entry into force: 1999-07-01 | MNG-1999-L-57599

    Repeals all provisions of the Partnership and Company Law of 1995, namely, Chapter III and Article 6 governing regulations on companies. Consists of fourteen Chapters. General law on the establishment, registration, management, reorganisation, and dissolution of a company.

  2. Mongolia - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Amendments and Modifications to the Civil Code.

    Adoption: 1999-06-17 | Date of entry into force: 1999-09-01 | MNG-1999-L-57596

    Amends and modifies sections 7, 97, 168, 392 of the Civil Code. Article 7 provides for the protection of personal and/or professional dignity, and reputation of a physical and/or juridical person.

  3. Mongolia - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Family Law. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1999-06-11 | Date of entry into force: 1999-08-01 | MNG-1999-L-57595

    Replaces the Family Law of 1973. Consists of nine Chapters. Includes, inter alia, provisions on protection of family rights, rights and obligations of spouses, relations between parents and children, protection of children's rights and interests, limitation of parenting rights, mutual responsibilities of family members to support each other, and types and amount of maintenance payments.

  4. Mongolia - Civil, commercial and family law - Law, Act

    Civil Code of Mongolia [revised edition]. - Code on-line in English

    Adoption: 1994-11-01 | MNG-1994-L-45607

    Part One contains general provisions governing the legal status and capacity of persons and transactions. Inter alia, defines legal status of minors (full legal status is attained at age 18) and legal status of companies, partnerships and cooperatives. Part Two covers property law, including intellectual property, land ownership, and public property. Section 140 guarantees Mongolian citizens the right to private property. Part Three regards general principles of obligations, including contracts and performance of obligations, fines and other remedies, and consumer rights. Part IV relates to contractual liability; Part V covers non-contractual liability, including personal damages and damages awarded to persons losing their ability to work. Chapter Six governs inheritance. Available in English.


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