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- Neitzel & Cie.: MS Cornelia Sold from Insolvent Ship Fund
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
Since the beginning of the year, the MS Conny Schifffahrtsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG (a shipping company) has been the subject of insolvency proceedings (Az.: 504 IN 16/15). The fund vessel MS Cornelia now appears to have been sold.
- Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Turkey under the New York Convention
Provided by Cengiz & Opak Law Office
Although arbitration is considered as a reasonable form of alternative dispute resolution, foreign arbitral awards are subject to an enforcement procedure. In this sense, The New York Arbitration Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards provides a simplified procedure for recognition and enforcement in the contracting states including Turkey.
- Purchasing a Ukrainian Bank: Obtaining Approval from the National Bank of Ukraine
Provided by DLF Attorneys at Law
In 2015 Ukrainian legislation related to the acquisition of a significant shareholding in a bank was substantially amended. This was due to the harmonisation of Ukrainian legislation with EU legislation. Changes were, therefore, made to the laws of Ukraine as to the transparency of ownership structure, including the ultimate beneficiaries, of the banks, increase in the liability of the shareholders and related persons of the bank, etc.
- How to Apply for Latvian Citizenship through Ancestry
Provided by Belyaev & Belyaev
According to the Latvian Citizenship Law there are several categories for a person with Latvian ancestry to obtain dual citizenship with Latvia. The most common, however, is the so-called ‘Latvan exile’ category.
- Registration of Companies in Ukraine with the Participation of Non-Resident
Provided by Aleksey Pukha & Partners
In accordance with the Constitution of Ukraine, foreigners and stateless persons who are in Ukraine on legal grounds enjoy the same rights and freedoms and also bear the same duties as citizens of Ukraine.
- Features of Registration of Foreign Investments in Ukraine
Provided by APC Law Firm
Foreign investments are invested by foreign investors’ values in objects of investment activities in order to make a profit or to achieve social effect.
- New General Data Protection Regulation in Romania
Provided by Hammond, Minciu and Associates
In Romania, and perhaps in the rest of Europe, little attention seems to be paid to Data Protection and the implication of the regulations which are passed both at European Union and Romanian National level.
- Obtaining Bulgarian Citizenship through Investment in Bulgaria: The Fast Track Legal Option
Provided by Vasilev Law Office
Obtaining Bulgarian Citizenship through Investment - the “Law for the Foreigners in Bulgaria” and the “Law for the Bulgarian Citizenship”. What are the requirements and what choice has the applicant in terms of the required investment. Why is the investment Program completely safe and unique in the European Union.
- How to Claim Refunds for Overcharged Import Taxes Due to Surveillance Certificate Requirements in Turkey
Provided by ADMD Law Office
Ministry of Economy determines certain minimum thresholds for certain products in order to force the exporters to pay higher taxes on the products in customs. Ministry determines the minimum value threshold per each kilogram of the imported product and sets forth that any exports into Turkey that does not meet this minimum value threshold shall be required to obtain a surveillance certificate. Based on new precedent, it is now possible to reclaim such overcharged tax and expenses.
- Should We Expect Immigration of Turkish Citizens, and will Ukraine be Interesting for this Purpose?
Provided by Kydalov & Partners
Where could Turks immigrate? It is unlikely that many Turks will immigrate to Muslim countries, because the level of freedom there does not reach even modern-day Turkey. Even business immigration to the EU does not look so attractive for the middle class, because the cost of living is much higher in the EU. There is one more potential country for temporary or permanent immigration – Ukraine.