Private Law: A model law
Many countries are successfully adopting UNIDROIT's model leasing law
Are your clients afraid to invest in certain parts of the world, afraid that the legal framework will not protect their rights? It may be time to start changing their minds. Model legislation from International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT), an intergovernmental organisation based in Rome, may soon open many of these markets to the leasing investment critical to these regions’ – and your clients’ – growth.
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