Dushyant Ramdhur is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution department in Mauritius. He practices in the area of corporate and commercial laws, specialising in commercial litigation and advising on various matters including insurance, industrial disputes, recovery procedures.
He joined Appleby in 2015. Prior to that he was involved in commercial litigation. From 2006 to 2009, he managed his own private practice and in 2010 he joined Etude Rivalland where he advised leading Mauritian Listed Companies, including the Mauritius Union Group and private companies: the New India Assurance Company Ltd, Axys Leasing Ltd and Gamma Civic.
Since 2015, Dushyant has regularly represented clients such as Essar, Standard Bank Trust (Company) Limited and Standard Chartered Bank in Court.
In 2017, Dushyant appeared for the petitioners in what was then the largest insolvency proceeding in Mauritius and in 2019 participated in an ultra-high net worth trust matter which resulted in the recognition of the principles laid down in Pitt vs. Holt in the Mauritius case laws. In 2019, Supreme Court of Mauritius, in a landmark judgment, accepted the arguments submitted by Dushyant on behalf of Appleby’s client that breach of an ex parte “saisie revendication” order cannot be sanctioned by way of contempt of court proceedings.
In 2020, Dushyant was recognised as a Next Generation Partner in the Legal 500 Directory, where we has described as “hard-working and very reliable.”
Dushyant was the first attorney to draft a Notice of Bankruptcy as per the provisions of the Insolvency Act and his draft has been adopted and is widely being used by his fellow colleagues.
In 2003, he graduated from Brunel University in the United Kingdom in Business and Finance Law. In 2006 after completed his vocational examinations and pupillage in Mauritius, he was enrolled on the list of practising attorneys by the Supreme Court of Mauritius.
He is a member of the Mauritius Law Society and speaks English and French.