Mr. Robin. L. Appaya

Mr. Robin Appaya focuses his practice on matters involving corporate and commercial litigation as well as land matters (freehold and leasehold). He graduated from the University of London with a bachelor’s degree in law and he was called to the Bar of England and Wales and now is a full-fledged practicing Barrister at the Mauritian Bar. Prior to joining Ghose Chambers, Mr. Robin Appaya was the Senior Legal Adviser of the Ministry of Housing and Lands and the ex-chairman of the Independent Broadcasting Authority. Additionally, he is the legal adviser of various Global Business Companies and advises on stock market listings. He also advises on construction claims, procurement laws and Public Private Partnership’s financial structures and contracts. Mr Robin Appaya also holds a Master degree in International Business law with a focus in Public Private Partnership  Contracts  with the University of Panthéon-Assas (Paris II) under aegis of the Sorbonne-Assas International Law School and a Master degree in Business  Administration with the University of Mauritius.

Mr. Robin Appaya serves as litigation counsel for various national and international corporations in the property development market including Property Development Schemes and Smart City Projects. He also advises on coastal property developments such as hotels and villas and advises investors, promoters, buyers and contractors on such projects.