The Chambers of Gavin Glover |
The name Glover has, for three generations now, been associated with the law in Mauritius. After Harold Glover, the grandfather of Gavin Glover, who was a Judge of the Supreme Court before being Electoral Commissioner for two decades, his son Sir Victor Glover was also appointed a Judge and became Chief Justice in 1976. Gavin Glover was a sole practitioner from 1985 until 2007 when...
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WHAT WE DO

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

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Civil litigation / civil law

Civil litigation encompasses a broad range of disputes, where one party is generally claiming that another party has committed a wrong…

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Family Law

Family law consists of a body of statutes and case precedents that govern the legal responsibilities between individuals…

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Criminal Law

Criminal law is a body of rules and statutes that define conduct prohibited by the government because it threatens and harms …

MAURITIUS LEGAL SYSTEM

Commentators who wish to use one word to describe the Mauritius Legal System want to call it hybrid. That is because, before our island was taken over by the British in 1810 and retrieved the name Mauritius, which had been given to it by the Dutch in earlier days, Mauritius was a French colony called “Isle de France” for just under a century.