Grievances against decisions
SECTION FOUR: GENERAL PROVISIONS
GRIEVANCES AGAINST DECISIONS
A- All persons concerned may file a grievance against any decision issued in accordance with the provisions of this Act within 30 days as from the date of their notification of such a decision . Grievances against decisions issued under the provisions of Article (38) of this Act shall be submitted to the minister in charge of the Commercial Registry, the grievances against. decisions issued by the Board of Directors shall be submitted to that Board of Directors, and grievances against other decisions shall be submitted to the Chief Executive. Grievances shall be considered and the person filing the grievance shall be notified by the decision thereupon, within 30 days as from the date of of filing.
The person filing a grievance may appeal such decision before the competent court within 30 days of notification of such decision or the expiry of the period specified for considering the grievance without notification of the person filing it, of the result of the consideration of his grievance.
B- Appeals shall not be filed before the courts until a grievance has been filed against the decision, and a decision rejecting the grievance has been issued, or the period referred to in the above Paragraph, had elapsed without notification.
Last Update: Sunday 14 February 2010