Infrastructure-India
Legum Amicuss advises on infrastructure related transactions, regulatory and finance issues.   Practice includes advising on FDI policy on infrastructure and real estate, negotiation and drafting of participation or consortia agreements, vetting of tender documents, contracts with related parties, finance, regulatory approvals and taxation advice.

The clients include global and domestic companies operating in areas of power, road, ports, railways and others.
Since its inception, the firm has been involved in servicing both, the public and the private sector in various Public Private Partnership (PPP) initiatives and projects. Initially, in the absence of any established and clear policy of the Government of India (GOI) on PPP and limited partnership structures/options considered by the GOI, the task of the firm was mainly on advising on the tender laws, contractual, land, dispute resolution laws, undertaking due diligence, drafting/vetting contracts, etc.  

The services provided by the firm are in all key sectors: road, bridges, airports, integrated townships, housing, power, special economic zones and others.

The firm is familiar with and from time to time has advised on the various policies, laws, regulations and guidelines of the GOI and state governments relevant to PPP projects. These include:

  • Infrastructure development policy of GOI and States
  • Viability Gap Funding Scheme: eligible sectors, eligibility criteria, project appraisal etc.
  • Guidelines on financing of PPP in infrastructure
  • Guidelines on formulation, approval and appraisal of PPP projects
  • Special Economic Zones: laws, regulations, policy
  • FDI policy in Infrastructure and related projects
  • Land acquisition laws
  • Competitive Bidding documents
  • Procurement laws
  • Model Agreements
  • Corporate, Contractual and Commercial Laws
  • Procedures for regulatory approvals and other clearances
  • Formation of companies
  • Role of Corporate Governance
  • Private Equity Investment 
  • External Commercial Borrowing
 

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