Liberian corporate law is generally modeled on U.S. corporate law. Liberian legal entities are governed by the Liberian Associations Law (1977, as amended through 2022), which contains the Business Corporation Act, the Partnership Act, the Limited Partnership Act, the Not-for-Profit Corporation Act, the Private Foundation Law. In 2002, the new Electronic Transactions Law and Money Laundering Law were also adopted.
Liberian Corporate Law
- Title 5, Associations Law, as amended and published on April 6, 2020 (the Business Corporation Act)
- An Act to Further Amend The Associations Law, Title 5, Liberian Codes of Law Revised (published on August 9, 2022)
- Title 5, The Association Law, Chapter 30: the Partnership Act (amended and restated and published on August 9, 2022)
- Title 5, The Association Law, Chapter 31: the Limited Partnership Act (amended and restated and published on August 9, 2022)
- Title 5, the Association Law, Chapter 60: the Private Foundation Law
- Electronic Transactions Law
- Prevention of Money Laundering Law
- Revenue Code of Liberia with 2011 Amendments
- Liberian Commercial Code
- Insolvency and Restructuring Act
- Regulation to further amend the Associations Law of Liberia
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