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- Inheritance Tax Trap
Provided by Purely Probate
Why it is Essential to include comprehensive information when you fill in Inheritance Tax forms IHT 400 and IHT 421
- Current Problems on the Pricing of Pharmaceuticals For Human Use in Turkey
Provided by Serap Zuvin Law Offices
This article addresses the reference pricing system used for the pricing of the pharmaceuticals for human use in Turkey and the current problems arising from such system.
- Where do You Find Legal Aid for Divorce in UK
Provided by Duncan Lewis (Solicitors) Limited
Legal aid in UK and Wales, as such is funding by government for legal costs or part of them when you are not in a position to afford them. But it depends on certain requirements to be fulfilled which depend on proof of merit in your case. Sometimes you too have to contribute towards the costs which could be repaid after a divorce settlement where you may be in receipt of money or property.
- Italian Inheritance Rights Depending on Your Marital Status
Provided by De Tullio Law Firm
It is always a difficult topic to address when one talks about the death of a spouse: this article aims to clarify some of the issues people living in Italy may have if they find themselves in the situation of inheriting property or assets under the Italian Legal system.
- EU?Article 29 Working Party Opinion 08/2012: Further Input on the EU Data Protection Reforms
Provided by Lorenz
The proposed new EU General Data Protection Regulation continues to generate discussion at the EU level.
- European Union may Soften Copyright Law on the Internet
Provided by CSB Advocates
On the 5th of December 2012, the Commission of the European Union announced that it will begin the process of reviewing existing EU copyright laws. The aim of this review is to better define what is considered fair use of copyrighted material on the internet. This, in turn, would further clarify what constitutes piracy on the web.
- Membership Criteria's to Istanbul Stock Exchange Changed
Provided by Herdem & Co. Attorneys At Law
A new regulation has been promulgated in the Official Gazette dated December 8, 2012, numbered 28491, which determine the criteria for permission to operate at Istanbul Stock Exchange (?Stock Exchange?), and the liabilities of the members. The regulation is highly functional as it is in line with the principles of corporate governance in the new Turkish Commercial Law.
- Obligation of the Presentation of the Documents at the Actions Related to the Intellectual Rights
Provided by DKTR Law Firm
Journal of the Justice Academy of Turkey, vol. 6, 2011, p. 383-412. (Peer Reviewed)
- The European Court of Justice (ECJ) Allows Resale of Software Licences
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has decided that resale of licences for second hand software is, in general, possible.
- Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Belgium
Provided by Mul Law Offices
A judgment may be enforced in the Country or State of its origin. Obtaining a judgment in Country A and having to enforce it in Country B, as the debtor has its assets in that Country isn't that easy as a legal decision of a foreign State will not automatically be accepted as a legal title. Most of the time (and unless treaties have been signed to facilitate things) it will be necessary to obtain a decision of the other Country. This is called the EXEQUATUR of a foreign decision.