Law on Marinas rejected in Costa Rica
The Constitutional Court put a stop to reforms that lawmakers approved for the Law of Concessions for Marinas and Tourist Docks.
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Magistrates of the Court reviewed the project that was approved by Congress on 9 September and ruled that it lacks substance and needs to be corrected.
The Constitutional Chamber of Costa Rica has rejected a petition against a series of economic sanctions for insurance companies defined in the law that regulates the market.
The Supreme Court of Costa Rica has ordered the suspension of works at the Crucitas gold mine due to enviromental claims.
Different fields of professionals have entered a Resource of Unconstitutionality against Law 588, the "General law of Professional Associations and Professional Practice." The law was approved by the National Assemblyand passed on Jan. 14.
Complains include delays and disagreements in the execution of the contract, and the fact that the local manager of the project is the husband of a Supreme Court judge.
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