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- Property Purchasing in Italy for Foreign Citizens: a guide to property buying and selling
Provided by Giambrone Law
Despite the fluctuations in the markets across Europe in recent years, statistics suggest that there is an increase in investment in the Italian real estate market on the part of foreign investors. Italy has always had a powerful charm, enticing people to its shores from all over the globe. The lure of the wonderful climate, unique history and culture, not to mention the fabulous cuisine and wines, all combine to make Italy a superb choice for a holiday or retirement property.
- The Legal Way for a Non-resident to Pay in Currency Buying Property in Ukraine
Provided by Kydalov & Partners
More and more foreigners are considering a possibility to buy property in Ukraine, particularly in large and popular among foreigners cities like Lviv and Kyiv, as capital investment or as a place of temporary residence.
- Notarized Agreement Decisive in Germany, Not The Draft Agreement
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
In cases of doubt, it is the notarized agreement that counts and not a draft contract whose content deviates from the former. That was the verdict of the Bundesgerichtshof (BGH), Germany’s Federal Supreme Court, in its judgment of June 10, 2016 (Az.: V ZR 295/14).
- A Brand New Law On Movable Pledge Especially For SMEs To Enjoy - Turkey
Provided by Serap Zuvin Law Offices
Recently, on January 1, 2017, the Law on Movable Pledge in Commercial Transactions (“Law”) entered into force and prevailed the Law on Commercial Enterprise Pledge Law dated, 1971 and numbered 1447 (“Annulled Law”).
- Watch Out Online Scam!
Provided by Damiani & Damiani
In the last few years, due to the widespread use of the electronic commerce (i.e. e-commerce), the risk of incurring scam increased enormously.
- License to Skill – An Outline of Malta's Regulation of Skill Games
Provided by GVZH Advocates
Gambling, from a legal and policy perspective, has been consistently defined by reference to the constitutive elements of involving a monetary consideration, an element of chance, and a prize having some inherent value.
- European Commission Proposes New VAT Rules to Support E-Commerce and Online Businesses in the EU
Provided by Kinanis LLC
On 1 December 2016, the European Commission has published proposals to improve the Value Added Tax (VAT) environment for e-commerce businesses in the EU. Particularly, the proposed changes, aiming to allow start-ups and SMEs, to buy and sell goods and services more easily online.
- Opening a Russian Subsidiary of a Foreign Company
Provided by Avakov Tarasov & Partners
Foreign companies, which establish their offices in Russia, usually choose limited liability companies or non-public joint stock companies to organize their business because these are the most suitable forms for small and medium enterprises under Russian law.
- New Tax Transparency Rules for Cross-Border Tax Rulings and Advance Price Arrangements in EU
Provided by KCG Partners Law Firm
New transparency rules entered into force on 1 January 2017. EU Member States are obliged to automatically exchange information through a central depository on all new cross-border tax rulings and advance price arrangements that they issue, accessible to all other Member States.
- Enforcement of Italian Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters in England and Italy
Provided by KM Legal Net
If you have got an Italian or English judgment concerning civil and commercial matters but the defendant/debtor fails to comply with it and his/her assets is abroad compared to where the judgment has been delivered (i.e. Italian judgment and debtor’s assets is located in U.K. or vice versa) you need to start a particular procedure ruled by European Law.