Yerevan, Armenia Full Service Corporate Law Firm
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Law Firm OverviewiLex Law Firm Armenia is located in Yerevan, Armenia. This full-service law firm specializes in corporate and business law including mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, debt collections, inheritance, litigation, and more. The lawyers have a diverse set of clients ranging from international and local market-leading businesses to private companies and individuals to non-profit organizations.
Although the lawyers have experience with a variety of legal matters and claims, they tailor their approach and strategy in line with their clients' needs. They will develop a relationship with you to understand your particular needs. The lawyers promise to deliver quality services. No matter what your legal challenge is, iLex Law Firm Armenia is full equipped to handle it. You are a priority at this law firm. The lawyers go above and beyond to achieve your legal objectives. They care about you, your family, and your business. You will benefit from their experience, knowledge, and skills.
Year this Office was Established: 2010
Languages: English, Russian, Armenian
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Temporary Residence Status and Citizenship; Leases; Due Diligence; Debt Collection; Contractual Disputes; Debt Recovery; Shareholder Disputes; Unfair Dismissals; Family Provision Claims.
Mr. Aram Khachatryan
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Articles Published by iLex Law Firm Armenia
The Family Code of the Republic of Armenia defines some barriers to marriage. When both or one of the couples ignores even one of these barriers, the marriage may be considered invalid. The marriage can be recognized as invalid only if the interested party applies to the court for its nullity; otherwise, it will remain valid.Read Article
Under the contract to join the treaty about the Eurasian Economic Union on 29.05.2014, there is the regional principle of exhaustion of exclusive right to trademark in EEU territory.Read Article
The Government of the Republic of Armenia has defined the list of offshore zones (countries) according to Decision No 595-N of June 1, 2017 (the decision comes into force from January 1, 2018).Read Article
According to Article 336 (2) (1) of the RA Tax Code, taxpayers are classified into any of the following three categories: High risk (up to 20 percent of taxpayers are included in the category per risk reduction); Middle risk; and Low risk.Read Article
The Necessity and Some Problematic Aspects of the Choice of Law Clauses for International Transactions
In their day by day practice business entities very often conclude transactions that have cross border nature for example a company may conclude a contract with the entities from deferent country and even from different legal system. In this context, the important issue that need to be considered is which law would be applicable to the contract concluded between such entities.Read Article
"Failure to Use" as a Legal Ground to Cancel the Registration of the Trademark ‘’McDonald’’ in Armenia
In 2014 WEST LLC company registered in the Federation of Russia, has submitted a number of applications to the Administrative Court of RA, requesting to cancel the registrations of the trademarks owned by McDonalds Corporation and registered by the Agency of the Intellectual Property of the Republic of Armenia (McDONALD'S).Read Article
If a foreigner commits an offense by a vehicle not registered in the area of RA. Have you committed an offense by a vehicle not registered in RA?, do you think a video camera fixed it, but don't you receive the administrative act of offense?Read Article
To conduct a business activity in Armenia registration of a company, basically of an LLC is required. The expediency of a business activity, by means of a LLC registration, is firstly conditioned by the legislative opportunity of incurring limited liability. The founder of a company, as compared to the registration of a PE, does not put his/her property at a risk in the case of suffering losses.Read Article
An amendment was made to the RA Law on "Value-Added Tax" on March 17, 2016. The citizens will no longer pay VAT on the cars imported from the EEU countries (such as Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus and Kyrgyzstan) for their personal use. The amendment was signed by the President of the RA on March 26, 2016 and it entered into force on March 31, 2016.Read Article