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- Reduced Notice Period During Probation only Applies in Germany if Employment Contract Clearly Drafted
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
Employers ought to tread carefully when it comes to terminating an employment relationship during the probationary period, as a reduced notice period for dismissal only applies if the employment contract has been clearly drafted.
- Taxation of Chain Transactions in Hungary: Exactly What it Seems
Provided by Jalsovszky Law Firm
One of the most frequent areas of dispute between the tax authority and taxpayers relates to the conditions under which a taxable entity participating in a chain transaction can deduct the VAT passed on to it.
- Purchasing Real Estate in Germany
Provided by Rose & Partner LLP
Unlike in other countries, such as Denmark and Switzerland, there are no restrictions to foreigners to purchase real estate in Germany. Currently, many foreign purchasers acquire properties in large German cities. Individuals interested in buying a house or an apartment in Germany are provided in the following with initial guidance on how to proceed when purchasing real estate in Germany.
- Italian Criminal Procedure
Provided by Arnone & Sicomo
Italian criminal procedure: Safeguards for Foreigners.
- New Rights, Equality and Citizenship Work Programme and Financial Services User Group to Be Renewed in EU
Provided by KCG Partners Law Firm
The European Commission adopted the ’2017 Rights, Equality and Citizenship Work Programme’ on 1 March 2017.
- Forged Loan Termination Agreement No Benefit to Debtor in the Netherlands
Provided by AMS Advocaten
In summary proceedings in the Netherlands concerning an unpaid loan, the debtor suddenly produced an important document. This was purported to show that the creditor, despite an unpaid balance of a few million, had terminated the loan and that nothing more needed to be paid. Too good to be true? The summary proceedings court handling the case had the same opinion.
- Damages for Breach of Contract in English Law
Provided by Summerfield Browne Solicitors
Where parties are in a litigation dispute relating to breach of contract, it is important to assess the nature of any damages which might be recovered, prior to initiating any formal claim.
- How to Achieve Italian Citizenship
Provided by Giambrone Law
Immigration has enjoyed the status of the hot potato of politics for some time and with Brexit looming that is unlikely to change in the near future. Many people may choose to change their citizenship, particularly those involved with or married to a person from another country, as well as individuals who are planning to remain in Europe for the foreseeable future may also want to become citizens of European country.
- Trade Mark Registration in Romania
Provided by Hammond, Minciu and Associates
The registration of a trademark in Romania involves several steps and procedures which must be closely observed. The Trade Mark registration can be carried out by a lawyer or similar person or by the owner of the trade mark themselves.
- Renewal of European Union Trademark Registration
Provided by Krasimira Kadieva
European Union trademark registration is administered by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).