Accordingly, and after considering all these issues and the reasons for them, the lawyers and law professors answered these questions and questions, their guilt was directed at lawyers and their defence applications, old statutes and court proceedings, which contributed significantly to the delay in the closing of the final decisions for the accumulated cases. We could say that “slow justice is a proven injustice”; This phrase resonates in the languages of millions of people, including citizens, lawyers and judges. In addition, cases have accumulated in the courts until the average number of cases has turned to about 12 million cases in the past three years and, although 9 million cases are resolved each year, the time limit in most cases is at least two years or more until citizens are desperate to obtain their rights through the courts. It is of course very important to take instructions from your clients on how they want to proceed, to inform them of the risks and benefits and to confirm in writing that they want to understand the risks and pursue them in writing. Moreover, the economic damage caused by the delay in legal proceedings is that it results in losses of several billion euros per year to the national economy. Such losses are represented in the losses that prevent traders, businessmen and citizens from obtaining their financial rights through the courts, or in the reluctance of Egyptian and foreign businessmen to invest millions of pounds in the national economy, as they cannot guarantee that they get their rights when their money is threatened. In a more in-depth examination of this issue, it can be concluded that lawyers sometimes take tactical action if they do not trust their client`s innocence; the first tactic is to prolong litigation and delay the adjournment of proceedings. 2 subsection b) a list of typical “external” force majeure events. The reference to “piracy” in subsection b) (i) takes into account the growing threat of piracy (Article 101 of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea) in the field of global maritime transport, for example. B in the Gulf of Aden, off Lagos in Nigeria and elsewhere in the world.
The events of subsection b) (i) “Acts of terrorism or serious threats of terrorist acts” are a response to a change in the force majeure practices of many companies after 9/11. The text of the introductory sentence of this subsection (“like” and subsection vii) (“any event of the same nature”) makes it clear that the list of force majeure events contained in it is not exhaustive, unless the parties otherwise provide for it in their contract. It can therefore be considered a force majeure event when a mandatory export control law in force in the country of one of the parties prohibits the export of goods from that country under the conditions of the treaty. www.nortonrosefulbright.com/knowledge/publications/117164/deferred-prosecution-agreements In section 3, the question of whether a delay event occurred could be questionable. You may consider adding a reserve that is a bit like “PROVIDED THAT if the parties, acting reasonable, donot or in cease that the Delay Event has cease to apply, then the completion date is the date thirty (30) working days after the date that the Regulations are withdrawn or otherwise cease to apply,” as required by each transaction. The parties agree that the representatives selected to participate in the dispute resolution process have the authority to resolve the dispute or that they have the opportunity to obtain the required authorization quickly.