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- Customs Bonded Warehouses - Ukraine
Provided by Frishberg & Partners
All countries try to monitor and control import-export flows that pass through their borders. While some European countries have significant experience in these activities, contemporary Ukraine is continually developing its customs control systems (and supporting legislation). Ukraine’s new Customs Code, which came into force on January 1, 2013, completely overhauled the prior legislation governing customs bonded warehouses.
- Immediate Tax Deducts for Accrued Property Transfer Taxes - Germany
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
Whether real estate is being acquired entirely new in the context of property acquisition or if it was already in the partnership’s possession is an important fact.
- Article 29 Working Party Guidelines for Apps on Smart Devices - Belgium
Provided by Lorenz
On February 27, the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party adopted an opinion on smart devices. The opinion strives to clarify the European regime on the collection and use of personal information by means of smart devices.
- The Application of VAT Exemptions on Commercial Yachts Registered Under the Malta Flag
Provided by CSB Advocates
In the judgement S&D Yachts Limited vs MY Nautonnier delivered by the Court of Magistrates in Malta on the 3rd May 2013, it was held among other things that a vessel registered as a commercial yacht was not automatically entitled to an exemption from VAT.
- UK Spouse Visa: Explanatory Comment on Financial Requirements
Provided by Kadmos Consultants
UK Spouse visa rules changed dramatically in July 2012. A new set of financial requirements for the British sponsor are a challenge to immigration officers, let alone practitioners and lay clients. The author explains how the new financial requirements work.
- Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Turkey
Provided by Cindemir Law Office
This article aims to explain Enforcement Procedure and Conditions in Turkey. International private and civil procedure law of Turkey and Turkish Procedure Law are the main laws governing the procedure of enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Turkey. In this article, we’ll guide our readers based on the provisions of these laws. It is also important to note that Turkey ratified Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards which apply to the cross-border enforcement.
- FATCA from the Account Holder's View
Provided by Jalsovszky Law Firm
While banks and other financial institutions are already preparing for the introduction of FATCA, the system is less commonly known by banking clients. The objective of this article is to summarise the most important changes and decision points the introduction of the FATCA system will mean to clients holding their bank accounts with non-US banks.
- Situation of Banks in Cyprus as of 29 March 2013
Provided by Carlo Scevola & Partners
A brief overview of the emergency measures approved by the Cypriot parlament in relation to the banking sector.
- The Amendments and Innovations Brought by the New Financial Leasing Law - Turkey
Provided by Serap Zuvin Law Offices
This article is a comparative study which points the differences between the Law on Financial Leasing, Factoring and Financing Companies and the repealed Financial Leasing Law.
- Cyprus Developments on Banking Sector – Overcoming the Difficulties
Provided by Michael Chambers & Co. LLC
Cyprus is struggling with the worst crisis in its history since the 1974 invasion by Turkish military forces that divided the country in two.