The investors (national of the Home State) around the world invest in different jurisdictions for the purpose of making profit.   Either at the outset of investment or during the investment, the investor may be subjected to unfair, (fair and equitable treatment), arbitrary or discriminatory treatment or in some cases the investor’s investment may be expropriated by the host state (host state is where the investor have invested their investment and the state in breach of International Investment Law)

 

Investors trust lawyers at Applerose have the specialist knowledge and experience to provide the investor with the necessary legal advice and help the investor take the necessary course of action in achieving their objective.    

 

In bringing a claim against the host state (the state in breach of international Investment Law) the investor may rely on Concessionary agreement between the investor and the host state (or a subdivision or an agency of the host state), Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) between the host state and the investor’s home state or other Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) between the host state and a third party state, through Most Favoured Nation Treatment (MFN Clause),  Multilateral Treaties such as Energy Charter Treaty (ECT)  or North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA. ) or any other free Trade Agreement.