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By Paul Gonzi
On the 5th October 2018 the Maltese Court of Appeal (Inferior Competence) decided Appeal No 26/2017 in the names of Maltapost PLC Vs Kummissarju Ghall-Informazzjoni u l-Protezzjoni tadData
By Rowena Grima
On 27 October 2016 the IMO agreed to implement a 0.50% mass by mass (m/m) sulphur cap on all marine fuel by 2020, from the current 3.50% m/m
By Fenech & Fenech Advocates
As expected and by virtue of Legal Notice 306 of 2018 and Legal Notice 307 of 2018, the Innovative Technology Arrangements and Services Act and the Virtual Financial Assets Act...
By Fenech & Fenech Advocates
The Paris MoU's 51st meeting held earlier this summer, reaffirmed Malta's ranking on the White List. The European Union's smallest member state, boasting a record 77 million registered gross tonnes...
By Paul Gonzi
Four new legal notices were published in the August Government Gazette which will affect employment laws in Malta.
By Paul Gonzi
On the eve of the August Santa Maria festivities, as most were on summer break, four new legal notices affecting employment laws in Malta were published in the Government Gazette.
By Adrian Attard
Blockchain technology offers the opportunity to make shipping paperless, says Adrian Attard.
By Fenech & Fenech Advocates
The registration of a mortgage over a Malta flagged vessel, in favour of an individual/corporate lender or a security trustee (the "Mortgagee"), requires the filing of a statutory mortgage instrument (the "Deed") at the Maltese Registry of Ships.
By Nicolai Vella Falzon
While Malta is effectively a creditor-friendly jurisdiction, legislation dealing with the enforcement of security or rights over aircraft gives specific and direct protection to owners of installed engines owned by third parties.
By Paul Gonzi
The long-awaited General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) finally entered into force on 25 May 2018.
By Ann Fenech
Those involved in this sector know that the creditors must focus their efforts on getting paid from the purchase price deposited in court after a judicial sale.
By Alison Vassallo
The superyacht industry in Malta is compatible to EU law – so why the recent spotlight on it, asks Alison Vassallo.
By Ann Fenech
The CMI has been responsible for the drafting of the majority of international maritime conventions since 1897.
By Thomas Bugeja
The biggest content-providing company in the world employs no content-creators; the biggest hospitality company in the world owns no properties or hotels, and the biggest taxi company...
By Adrian Attard
Act LII/2016 was introduced primarily to amend and update the Aircraft Registration Act and other ancillary-related laws to ensure that local legislation kept abreast of the contemporary challenges and realities of the aviation industry.
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