Welcome to Suood & Anwar LLP, the Maldives’ premier law firm. Established in the year 1994, Suood & Anwar LLP has, over the last decade, earned renown for excellence and service nonpareil. Our lawyers are consistently ranked amongst the top tier of the Maldives.
Welcome to Suood & Anwar LLP, the Maldives’ premier law firm.
Established in the year 1994, Suood, Anwar and Co. has, over the last decade, earned renown for excellence and service nonpareil. Our lawyers are consistently ranked amongst the top tier of the Maldives and, today, we have as our clientele key government agencies, international financial institutions, several multinational corporations and some of the biggest corporations in Maldivian business.
Please browse through our website to find more information about us and our practice, and please feel free to contact us if you require any guidance or assistance.
Chambers & Partners UK ranks Suood & Anwar LLP as a top tier (Band A) business law firm in the Maldives.
Our principal order of business is determining how the law may best protect your interests. We take pride In us being a knowledge-centric practice and we are well-versed in the technical aspects of your business, cultural mores specific to business environment and the outcomes you desire. While our practice is based in the Maldives, we are global in our outlook and we do have the right mix of talent and international best practice to fashion customer-oriented legal solutions.
We place a particularly high premium on the quality of service that we afford to our clients, opening our doors to business all seven days of the week. Our lawyers, from partners to associates, are always on the ready to answer your every query. Our commitment to our clientele is something which we are both proud of and take very seriously.
Please visit our Practices section for more details.
For the first time in the Maldives, a foreign arbitral award has been directly enforced in the Maldives. In the case of International Construction Consortium v Gasveli Island Pvt. Ltd (1197/CV-C/2013) where the parties had… Read more
The Supreme Court, in the case of CPS Maldives Pvt. Ltd. v. Works Corporation Ltd. (27 SCA 2013) had decided on 19 May 2014 that the practice of charging penalty fees on outstanding and late… Read more