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The new law came into force on 13 August 2014, and the deadline for privatisation of socially owned capital to be completed is 31 December 2015.
The amendments and supplements to the Bankruptcy Law that were adopted on 2 August 2014 came into force on 13 August 2014.
The first trial in Serbia pursuant to law on liability of legal entities for criminal offences has rendered a guilty verdict
The law on liability of legal persons for criminal offences came into force on 4 November 2008. Nearly six years thereafter the first verdict was rendered on the 11 June 2014.
The Serbian Parliament has passed a Law on Amendments to the Privatization Law, relating to creditors’ claims against companies in restructuring.
For years now Serbia has been attempting to speed up the procedure for obtaining construction permits by frequent changes of the legal framework.
FDI Intelligence has ranked two Serbian free zones, Pirot and Zrenjanin, 41st and 48th on the list of 50 most attractive zones for foreign direct investments in the world.
This text analyses the tax position of foreign cloud companies providing cloud services in or from Serbia.
Law on deadlines for settlement of financial liabilities in commercial transactions — solvency crisis an ongoing issue
The law on deadlines for settlement of financial liabilities in commercial transactions entered into force in December 2012 and became a current regulation on 31 March 2013.
When Croatia’s lawsuit for alleged violations of the convention on the prevention of genocide was submitted, it was anticipated that the Serbian side would, at some point, submit a counter-claim.
Serbia greatly welcomes foreign investment, as is shown by the Law on Foreign Investments, which prescribes certain exemptions and freedom exclusively assigned to foreign investors.
The Serbian political scene has seen a good deal of turbulence these past months due to all the events preceding the elections.
The intersection of provisions of labour, criminal, company and commercial law, although hard to imagine due to the diversity of these fields, does exist.
Commencement of accession negotiations between Serbia and the EU was announced on 21 January.