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- Collateral Assignments in Respect of Credit Agreements: Belt or Suspender for Foreign Companies in Turkey?
Provided by Herdem Attorneys at Law
Turkey has been one of the fastest growing economies during the course of the last decade.
Provided by CSB Advocates
European Union privacy regulators have been urging Google to refine its privacy policies for quite some time.
- Tier 1 Investor Visa UK New Changes Effective from 6 November 2014
Provided by 1st Citizen UK
The UK has announced radical changes to its Investor Visa Scheme.
- Legal Guide for Purchasing Real Estate in Turkey
Provided by Ongur Ergan Law & Consulting Office
Buying property is one of the best ways to make an investment in Turkey whether it is for your personal use or commercial activities, bearing in mind the liberal investment climate and economical development of the country. Whatever reason you may have in mind, you must know that Turkish law enables foreign real or legal persons to own full ownership of immovables in Turkey in accordance with some restrictions.
- Court Practice in Violation of the Plant Varieties Rights in the Ukraine
Provided by IPStyle
Civil Code of Ukraine and the Law of Ukraine ‘On the Protection of Plant Varieties’ determines that plant varieties property rights in case of infrigment can be protected by court.
- Cyprus Nominee Shareholders - Valid Trusts Arrangements or a Mere Façade?
Provided by P.N. Kourtellos & Associates LLC
First to be explored is the legal nature of the so called “nominee shareholder”. Nominee shareholder is a shareholder of a company holding shares nominally only, that is, only in name. In such a way the identity of the ultimate beneficial owner (“UBO”) of the shares is not disclosed.
- Voluntary Disclosure Leading To Immunity: Planned Tightening From January 1, 2015
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
The German government has approved a bill to tighten the rules for voluntary disclosure in the event of tax evasion. The law is expected to enter into force on January 1, 2015.
- Surrogate Mother from the Ukraine: Legal Grounds
Provided by Kydalov & Partners
It is not a secret that an average childbearing age in the developed countries has significantly increased. Many people in developed countries live for a long time "for him(her)self" and start thinking about children only at the age of 40. And if such an age is not a problem for a man, a woman, even with modern medicine, may have some difficulties with the childbirth. In most cases the surrogacy is the only way.
- Travel Operator Breaks Price Agreements with Agent
Provided by AMS Advocaten
Partnerships between agents and principals in agency relationships don’t always go smoothly. In this case, a dispute arose between a travel agent and a travel operator related to ‘price manipulation’.
- The New Angola: Legal Developments and Trends
Provided by FCB&A
Angola now offers much more than just a promising opportunity for foreign investors with its positive investment strategy, a thriving economy and a strong willingness to grow.