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Responsibilities of the members of the board of directors due to public debts

By Gülenay Kavcar In the light of the decision of the Constitutional Court regarding the application of EROL KESGİN dated 2015/11192 and dated 30.05.2019, the members of the Board of Directors who are not represented have the responsibility of the liability of the Board of Directors.     I. BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE CONSEQUENT EVENT The provincial […]

Do I need to get planning permission for the changes I want to make to home?

By Martín Casas If you’re thinking about  doing works on your house or garden, one of the things you will be thinking about (or should be thinking about!) is if you need to obtain planning permission. In most cases you will need planning permission, but there are a few occasions where you don’t. Probably the most […]

The impact of economic substance rules on family offices in the Channel Islands

By Richard Laignel, Alice Bricogne The economic substance legislation that came into force in Guernsey and Jersey in January 2019 requires companies that are tax resident in either island, and that conduct one or more of the defined activities, to demonstrate that they meet threshold levels of physical substance in their respective jurisdictions. How do the rules […]

Standard collaterals in commercial lease agreements on polish market

Under a lease agreement, a landlord commits to hand over a thing for a tenant’s use for a fixed or non-fixed term and the tenant commits to pay the landlord the agreed rent. When the lease ends, the tenant is obliged to return the thing in a non-deteriorated condition; however, is not liable for normal […]

The employer’s obligation on labour safety and hygiene in mongolia

By Bolormaa Volodya Mongolia is one of the wealthiest countries in the world of mineral resources and has developed its own independent mining industry since 1990. The country has joined the implementation of European and international technical, environmental and occupational safety and health standards in the mining sector to improve its competitiveness in the public […]

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