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‘Payment institutions’ can now include cash remittance companies, retail stores, mobile phone companies.
New law includes several excellent ideas, particularly regarding long-term leasing.
On 7 May 2015 the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia passed the Law on Protection of the Right to a Trial within a Reasonable Time.
Introduction of excises on energy-related products – RS obligations within procedure of compliance with the EU laws
The EU member states have undertaken to establish the single market, without borders, which would ensure a free flow of the goods, services, capital and people.
The majority of criminal behaviours are quite universal, but what usually differs, among different jurisdictions, are the punishments and procedures of detection and the processing of the crimes.
Legal position, rights and obligations of transmission system operators energy law as compared with directive 2009/73/EC
Under the Energy Community Treaty from 2005, the contracting countries are obligated to harmonise with the necessary Directives of the EU in the field of energy.
Expansion of the IT sector in Serbia has lead to an increased engagement of local IT experts by foreign IT companies.
Significant changes have been made to the legislation relating to the insurance market.
Serbia has harmonised its regulations in the field of energy, resulting in the enactment of a new Energy Law.
On 29 January 2015 all special collective agreements in the Republic of Serbia ceased to exist.
The public notary system has been introduced into Serbia by the Law on Public Notaries.
Draft amendments to Law on Spatial Planning and Construction adopted by government of Republic of Serbia December 2014
Serbia’s Ministry of Construction, Traffic and Infrastructure has put significant effort into drafting amendments of the existing Law on Spatial Planning and Construction.
The draft Law on Employment of Foreigners was published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia on 26 November 2014, and will come into force on 4 December 2014.
The new Law on Consumer Protection will be applied as of 22 September 2014. Most of the provisions have remained unchanged, but there are certain novelties.
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.