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posted in Commercial Law
Date 21-12-2012
Transactions are made daily on credit and the creditors who can be a bank, a vendor, a professional service provider, a trader and others, keep a statement of account for the transactions. Such a statement, when...
posted in Property Conveyancing
Date 21-12-2012
A recourse against an act or a decision of an administrative body by a citizen affected requires him to have a legitimate interest not only at the time of such an act or decision, but also at the time the recourse is filed...
posted in Taxation Law
Date 01-08-2011
A number of developers are in dispute with the VAT Commissioner claiming exemption of transactions regarding the building and delivery of properties for which the relevant application for the issue of the town...
posted in Equity and Trusts
Date 01-08-2011
A person can dispose any of his assets, either an immovable or a movable property, through a will for charity to be used after his death for a certain purpose and under the restrictions he will impose regarding the use...
posted in Administrative Law
Date 01-08-2011
A compulsory acquisition of an immovable property can only be made for the benefit of the public and always under the principles of good governance. The administration should only resort to such a decision and...
posted in Administration of Estates
Date 01-08-2011
The administration of the estate of a deceased is regulated by the relevant law which provides who can be appointed as the administrator, whether with or without a will annexed, the powers and duties of the...
posted in Tort Law
Date 01-08-2011
The good will and the trade name of a business that a person is carrying on is a valuable asset, giving him the right to seek legal protection in case another person will try to make unlawful use of it by committing the...
posted in Property Conveyancing
Date 01-08-2011
The new law providing for the deposit of sale or other agreements at the Land Registry, the consequences thereon, the vendor’s obligations and the specific performance which was enacted recently, was published...
posted in Landlord and Tenant
Date 01-08-2011
One of the insurable risks which should be insured is fire and needs to be mentioned in a tenancy agreement, so that to regulate the liability of the landlord and the tenant in case it occurs. There is a real issue and the...
posted in Family Law
Date 01-08-2011
The contribution of each one of the spouses in the increase of the family property, irrespective in whose name is registered, even in the name of a third person, defines whether a dispute can be resolved before the...


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