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Old 13-02-2012, 01:25   #1
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Need Lawyer in Martinique to Review Purchase Contracts

Bit of change of plans and now i will be needing a lawyer (that speaks english) in Martinique. Any help with this matter will be appreciated. Thanx!
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Re: Need Lawyer in Martinique to Review Purchase Contracts

Lawyers in Fort de France, Martinique
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Old 13-02-2012, 11:45   #3
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Lawyers in Fort de France, Martinique
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Thanx but i dont mean any lawyer, i need a lawyer well instructed in buying/selling boats,mone that our friends from CF can recomend in Martinique.
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Re: Need Lawyer in Martinique to Review Purchase Contracts

I have used the services (or lack there of) for Maitre Alain Roth from Guadeloupe.

He was paid euro 2000 to assist in sorting out paperwork discrepancies of a brokerage yacht I sold, and we are now 2 years further and it is still not sorted.

If you want a maritime lawyer that does not reply to phone calls, emails or anything else, google him for his contact information.

As for an attorney in Martinique, I don't know. However, I suggest to use English Contracts and possibly have a US based attorney involved.

Or have yourself represented by a CPYB yacht broker and have the broker hold funds in escrow till you have proof of all liens paid and or deletion of previous registry.

good luck,

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