Currently, research on coordination chemistry of phosphoramide ligands has attracted great interest that is due to the important applications of the phosphoramide derivatives as pharmaceutical agents and also as catalysts in chemical reactions. The anticancer, antitumor, antibacterial, antifungal and antifouling properties of organotin(IV) complexes are also well known. Phosphoramides are potential ligands that can coordinate through phosphoryl oxygen atom to metal ions. Up to now, numerous coordination compounds including phosphoramide ligands especially carbacylamido phosphates (CAPh) with RC(O)NHP(O)(R')2 skeleton from main group and transition metals have been prepared and the complexes reveal diverse coordination numbers (C.N. = 4-7). Herein, the synthesis, spectroscopy and crystal structures of main group and transition metal coordination compounds containing phosphoramide ligands are studied.