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Maritime Transport Law & Litigations

TAMFU & Co Law Firm has a solid reputation for providing fast and effective advice in all the major areas of law on maritime transport and logistics. We are praised for the” great international knowledge and ability to guide litigation in sensible and credible manner” in the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC).

Our services encompass advising and representing our clients on all shipping related matters including Arrest of ships, Cargo claims, Charter party disputes, Enforcement of ship mortgages, Collisions, Salvage, Damage and other interrelated claims, Ship building and Ship repair contract disputes, Pollution and environmental damage claims, Ship chandler, Ship repair and steamer agent claims… etc

TAMFU & Co Law Firm provides you with a prompt and efficient service on the knowledge of the law and the professional approach. Clients do appreciate the team’s international knowledge and perspective.

TAMFU & Co Law Firm is situated in Douala , the largest commercial city in Cameroon and in the entire Central African Region and boast beside banks and industries, a sea port that serves most of the land locked countries like Chad and the Central African Republic. The Cameroonian coastline is notorious for serious high profile losses. We strive to provide immediate legal practical assistance in an emergency. We have been involved in many of the most significant local casualties of the past years. We are a member of www.shiparrest.com

  • Maritime Litigation.

Maritime Litigation is governed by the CEMAC Merchant Navy Code adopted on the 22nd July 2012. This Maritime Code governs maritime activities in Chad, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Gabon, Congo and the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.

We regularly act for a range of national and international clients in bringing and defending claims such as major ship owners, charterers, P&1 clubs, bank, and brokers. Our Law Firm has acted in numerous High court cases in the domain of maritime law.

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