Declaration of Assets

The Declaration of Assets Act 2018 was passed by the National Assembly on 12 December 2018. The object of this Act is to provide for a new legal framework governing the declaration of assets in Mauritius. The Act has been proclaimed to come into operation on 01 June 2019.

To access the Declaration of Assets Act 2018, the Guidelines and the Declaration of Assets Forms, click the button below.

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