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Hurdles For Short-Term Apartment Rentals
Neighbours and communities don't like it, but apartment owners love it, because they can multiply their income
Austria
22 Feb 2019
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Competition Authority Fines Firm For Restrictive Clauses In Lease Agreements
Restrictive clauses are common in commercial lease agreements. Such clauses can limit a landlord's ability to lease property to other tenants
Czech Republic
18 Jul 2018
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Tenant's Insolvency In Lease Agreements
From an economic perspective, especially in the current business environment, contractual freedom is the best legal method to satisfy the legitimate interests of individuals...
Romania
26 Apr 2017
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CJEU Rules On Liability Of Marketplace Operators For Trademark Infringements
Should landlords care about their tenants' IP infringements? According to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), they should!
European Union
13 Jul 2016
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Decision Of The Supreme Court Regarding Termination Of A Lease Agreement Because Of An Economic Adverse Change
The Supreme Cassation Court of Bulgaria comprehensively expressed its opinion on the substantive legal aspects of the economic adverse change clause.
Bulgaria
16 Apr 2014
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Long-Term Lease Of Land In State Ownership And Project Development – Practical Experiences
The use or disposal of leased land in state property during and after the lease term is controversial.
Montenegro
28 Jan 2014
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Enforcement And Collaterals Act (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, no. 31/2011)
The Enforcement and Collaterals Act ("Enforcement Act") was adopted on 17 May 2011, and shall be applicable as of 17 September 2011, save for the provisions relating to the private enforcers which shall become applicable as of 17 May 2012.
Serbia
21 Jul 2011
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Typical Legal Issues Encountered In Real Estate Due Diligence
In almost every due diligence involving real estate in the Czech Republic, several legal issues emerge which are crucial for the existence (or non-existence) of ownership or other rights regarding real estate established in favour of certain subjects.
Czech Republic
23 Feb 2011
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Real Estate Acquisition - The Last Obstacles For Foreigners Have Fallen
With the passing of the transitional period, and based on the Czech Republic’s commitments resulting from the Treaty establishing the European Community, there are no more useless limits on foreigners who want to acquire real estate in the Czech Republic, with the notable exception of agricultural land and forests.
Czech Republic
15 Mar 2010
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