Transition to market economy in Bosnia and Herzegovina

After Republika Srpska and Brcko District have adopted new Laws on Rights in Rem, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina also adopted new Laws, hence opeining the doors to the market economy.

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RE-STRUCTURE: New Board Composition / Visibility enforcement / Conferences

RE-STRUCTURE has a new management board since April 2014 and enforces the visibility in various network entities.

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Planning and construction in Croatia

The Croatian Parliament adopted a new set of rules regarding construction, physical planning and building inspection in following new laws: the Construction Act, the Planned Zoning Act and the Building Inspection Act.

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Regime for non-residential leases

The new Czech Civil Code (NCC) entered into force on 1 January 2014 and with it a new lease regime for non-residential buildings has been introduced.

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The Legal Abolishment of The Land Debt

With the Amendment of the Property Law Code (SPZ) the institute of Land Debt was abolished. The use of this legal institute, which was introduced in 2003 and enabled an abstract real estate security for the respective holder of the Land Letter, increased significantly in recent years, but in practice was often used to harm the creditors.

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New Real Estate Tax Regime

The newly adopted Real Estate Tax Act according to which all registered real estate owners would be subject to the new taxation, has been abolished by the Slovenian Constitutional Court.

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How to transform perpetual usufruct into ownership

Read what a perpetual usufruct exactly is, how to perform a transformation into ownership, transformation fees and about bonuses for transformation fees.

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Special legal regime of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol

The Law of Ukraine "On Ensuring Civil Rights and Freedoms and the Legal Regime in the Temporarily Occupied Territory of Ukraine" became effective on 27 April 2014. The Law introduces a special legal regime for Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, including their airspace and territorial waters.

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