Les Orientions du Législateur OHADA Dans L’auscgie Révisé

Authors Patrice Samuela Badji

ISSN: 2521-2605
Affiliations: Agrégé des Facultés de Droit, UCAD
Source: Journal of Comparative Law in Africa, Volume 3 Issue 1, p. 114 – 148


The OHADA legislator has made a decision to make this law attractive, which has been demonstrated through several reforms. Thus, corporate law, a law of globalisation, could not escape this reform movement. Indeed, when browsing the revised Uniform Act relating to Commercial Companies and GIE, it is clear that the legislator is attempting to overcome the endless conflicts between several notions or concepts in an effort to allow inclusive and democratic management of the company. However, shortcomings have been noted with regard to a lack of knowledge of corporate social responsibility standards and procedural rights of managers and associates who are in conflict with the company or partners. The conclusion is that these failures will be met in the next set of corporate law reforms.