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  • Succession to Cyprus Shares
      Provided by: Soteris Flourentzos & Associates LLC

    Shares in a Cyprus company are treated as being located for legal purposes in Cyprus. Therefore, when a registered shareholder of a Cyprus company dies, her/his shares cannot be transmitted to her/his heirs until, in the case of a will, a grant of probate or, in the case of no will, grant of letters of administration has been granted from the Cyprus Court (a "Grant").

  • Inheritance Tax: Sole Heir Must Personally Occupy Inherited Apartment
      Provided by: GRP Rainer LLP

    Following a ruling of the Fiscal Court of Hessen, an heir to a co-ownership share in an apartment is not spared from inheritance tax if he does not personally occupy the apartment.

  • What Constitutes Passing Off Alternatively Known as Unregistered Trade Mark Infringement?
      Provided by: Summerfield Browne Solicitors

    Are you aware that even if you have not registered a trade mark, you may still be able to enforce rights in your trading name or brand name and prevent others from exploiting it? If not, read this article for more information.

  • What Debt is Spousal Common Debt in China?
      Provided by: Yingke Law Firm

    What you can do if you find your spouse is creating debts in order to deprive your right to joint tenant?

  • Liability Of Managers: D&O Insurance Policies On The Increase
      Provided by: GRP Rainer LLP

    Executive boards, supervisory boards and managing directors are living dangerously. If the wrong decisions are made, they may be required to stand good for the loss or damage with their private assets.

  • When Should I Call the Police?
      Provided by: HG.org

    Many people may be hesitant to involve law enforcement in their daily lives. However, there are certain times when the police should be called to help protect citizens and their rights.

  • Liability for Collisions under UAE Maritime Law
      Provided by: Karbal & Co.

    Hosting one of the world’s largest ports, Dubai has rapidly expanded to become a leading maritime hub. As an expected consequence of the growth of Dubai’s maritime industry, the number of marine accidents has steadily increased over the past few years, as Dubai Port police have reported that there were 53 maritime accidents in 2013, 37 accidents in 2012, and 34 accidents in 2011. According to Marasi News, 9 of the 37 accidents that had taken place in 2013 were collisions.

  • UAE Rules Applicable to Joint Stock Companies
      Provided by: Karbal & Co.

    Federal Law No. 2 of 2015 “The New Commercial Company law” (CCL), which came into force on July 1, 2015, replaced the Federal Law No. 8 of 1984. The purpose of the new legislation was to bringing the UAE up to speed with corporate legislation currently enacted in many developed nations. (Part II of Two part series on new CCL)

  • How to Conduct Yourself During an Arrest
      Provided by: Johnson & Associates

    "You are under arrest!" Will these words ever be directed at you or a loved one? Some criminal arrests are for the types of crime you see on TV. However, a number of arrests are made to maintain public order for DUI, disorderly conduct, and family disputes. It is with these types of trouble that the normally law-abiding citizen is most often involved. If you find yourself the object of a policeman's orders, be aware of the policeman's latitude, as well as of your own legal rights and duties.

  • Can a Lawyer Help with Extradition?
      Provided by: HG.org

    Extradition is the process in which one country or state that has possession of a criminal suspect hands him or her over to another country or state. A lawyer may be able to help with this process by fighting extradition or by helping to facilitate it, according to the suspect’s wishes and the governing law.


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