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- The Legal Impact of Brexit on the Real Estate Investments of UK Nationals in Bulgaria
Provided by Law office Dr. Cornelia Draganova
Many UK nationals have purchased in Bulgaria an apartment, a house with land or simply a piece of land in the mountains or near the seaside to build on it or just as an investment. Such properties have been acquired either personally by the investors or through an investor´s owned Bulgarian entity that represented a vehicle to overcome the legal restrictions applicable at that time for the acquisition of land in Bulgaria.
- Cyprus: Implementation of the EU Regulation No. 655/2014
Provided by Soteris Pittas & Co L.L.C.
The EU Regulation No. 655/2014 establishes a European Account Preservation procedure to facilitate cross-border debt recovery in civil and commercial matters which shall be implemented in Cyprus on the 18th of January 2017.
- Application of Pflichtteilsstrafklausel (Compulsory Portion Penalty Clause) in a Will in Germany
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
If, after becoming aware of what is termed a “Pflichtteilsstrafklausel” (compulsory portion penalty clause), an heir refrains from asserting his right to a compulsory portion of the estate, he will not be limited to this compulsory portion in the event of succession.
- Formation of a Business Contract in England - Offer, Invitation to Treat and Acceptance
Provided by Summerfield Browne Solicitors
Contracts often become the centre of commercial disputes. The five necessary key components of a legally enforceable contract are offer, acceptance, consideration, intention to create legal relations and certainty of terms. If any one of these are absent, or disputable then it may mean that a legally enforceable contract was never created.
- Auditor’s Approval in Hungary Is No Guarantee that NAV Won’t Fine You
Provided by Jalsovszky Law Firm
It’s common knowledge that in Hungary, calculation of the corporate tax liability is based on the items recognised in the accounting books. But a nasty surprise could lie in store for taxpayers who think they can apply the principles of accounting recognition fully in the course of calculating corporate tax.
- Invest in Ukraine: Protection of Foreign Investment
Provided by DLF Attorneys at Law
One of the means for protection of foreign investment is the conclusion of international agreements on promotion and protection of investment.
- Setting up a Company in Cyprus
Provided by Danos & Associates LLC
Having one of the lowest corporate tax rates in Europe and a wide network of double tax treaties, Cyprus is a very attractive and established jurisdiction for registering companies. The country is well known for the high standard of service providers such as law firms and accountants. English is widely spoken and the country has a pro-business environment and investor-friendly mentality. This article examines the advantages and process of setting up a company in Cyprus.
- Bank in breach of duty of care in the case of excessive lending in the Netherlands?
Provided by AMS Advocaten
In the current economic climate, more and more people in the Netherlands have problems repaying consumer credits. To protect consumers, lenders (banks) must comply with strict standards to prevent so-called excessive lending. We use a recent case to enlighten you as to how excessive lending is underwritten in the Netherlands.
- Elements of the Franchise Contract in Spain
Provided by Mariscal Abogados
The franchise contract in Spain has no specific regulations, although there are some pre-contractual duties that the franchiser must fulfil in order to give greater protection to the franchisee, which is always considered the weaker party.
- Setting Up a Company in Italy
Provided by Kenton Miles Legal Network
Doing Business in Italy - It should be noted that there are subtle differences compared to other countries and it is important that these are understood before deciding to set-up a company in Italy.