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- New Statutory Framework Applicable to Energy Produced by Wind-Power Generation Centres in Portugal
Provided by Pedro Pinto, Bessa Monteiro, Reis, Branco & Associados
New Legal framework applicable to the additional power and repowering energy produced by wind-power generation centres whose electricity is paid by the guaranteed remuneration scheme.
- Cyprus Alternative Investment Funds
Provided by Anastasios Antoniou LLC
In what constitutes a pivotal step in the transformation of Cyprus into one of the primary investment funds jurisdictions, new legislation is in place to regulate the establishment of Alternative Investment Funds. The Alternative Investment Funds Law of 2014 (the Law) provides a much-expected overhaul to Cyprus' investment funds regime, which commenced with the Alternative Investment Fund Managers framework enacted in 2013.
- Bright Future of Solar Power Market in Turkey
Provided by Herdem Attorneys at Law
In recent years, renewable energy market development became primary energy strategy of Turkish government with the intention of improving energy efficiency and decreasing energy import dependency. Particularly, solar power seems as fundamental resource of electricity generation in the near future. In terms of insolation Turkey possesses high potential among European countries.
- Emoney and Payment Institution License in Cyprus
Provided by Tornaritis Law Firm LLC
Cyprus Guidelines on Completing and Submitting Applications for Authorization as an Electronic Money Institution (‘EMI’) and Payment Institution under Directive 2012 [“the EMD”]; the Appointment of Agents & the Establishment of Branches
- European Economic Interest Groups in Italy (EEIG)
Provided by Studio Misuraca, Attorneys Firm
EEIG in Italy ("Gruppo Europeo di Interesse Economico", GEIE) is an associative organization. GEIE or EEIG can exclusively be used within European area, it encourages cooperation between companies, others economic entities, professionals and physical persons even, and its main requirement is that, at least, partners are coming from two States members of the U.E. This tool can be easily employed in the participation to tenders.
- One Shareholder Excludes the Other, What Can You Do?
Provided by AMS Advocaten
An earlier blog by Dutch lawyer Hein Hoogendoorn explained that in preliminary relief proceedings one shareholder can claim from the other shareholder that the latter has to sell his shares. Not every conflict between shareholders is suitable for preliminary relief proceedings. In this blog, corporate lawyer in The Netherlands Hein Hoogendoorn discusses the outcome of a main action that also addressed an enforced takeover of shares. This case was submitted to the court of North Netherlands.
- Data Retention Directive is to be Succeeded in the UK by Emergency Data Law
Provided by CSB Advocates
The EU Data Retention Directive (2006/24/EC) was introduced into EU legislation during the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Madrid, London and New York, and provided that communications firms should keep data about subscribers’ activities for a period of between 6 and 24 months.
- Establishing Business in Turkey
Provided by Ozturk & Partners Law Office
The New Turkish Commercial Code numbered 6102, published in the Official Gazzette on February 14,2011 came into effect on July 1, 2012.
- Guidance by the Ministry of Justice on Apostille and Cyprus Public Documents
Provided by Harris Kyriakides LLC
The Ministry of Justice and Public Order, which is the public authority designated as a Central Authority for the purpose of implementation of the Hague Convention of the 5th of October 1961 on the Abolition of the Obligation for Legalization of Foreign Public Documents (enacted in Cyprus through Laws 50/72 and 91/72) (the “Hague Convention”), has recently issued informative guidelines regarding the placement of apostille on Cyprus public documents.
- New Law Regarding Bankruptcy in Romania
Provided by Hammond, Bogaru & Associates
After several attempts including an appeal to the Constitutional Court of Romania the legislators have now adopted a new law regarding insolvency and bankruptcy. The new law is Law no. 85/2014 and was issued in June 2014 coming into force on 28th June 2014.