'Article 23 of the Lebanese Trade Law stipulates that 'every court of first instance shall have a record carefully recorded by the author under the supervision of the President or a judge appointed by the President specifically in each year'. The Clerk of the Court is limited to the recording of data submitted by stakeholders without examination or scrutiny and without verifying their validity.
The Commercial Register is divided into two types:
- a general register in which traders and companies register.
- A special register in which commercial establishments and contracts are registered'
: http://cr.justice.gov.lb/desc/desc.aspx (translated)