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  Questions 1) What is the legislation in the German tenancy law (preconditions for contracts, time and costs for clearance…)? 2) Achievable return (apartment complex or commercial property)? 3) Land acquisition tax and other expenses you have to pay if you buy a property 4) Annual taxes on real property? 5) Have taxes for rental incomes to be paid if the incomes are generated by a foreign private person or company? 6) What is better: Buying and holding rea ...
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  The ecosystem and long-term thinking property owners share a common interest of reducing the energy consumption. This connection leads to an interesting new investment field for investors. In Germany, the majority of buildings was built between 1950 and 1980. Since that was a time of low energy prices, most of these buildings have a pretty high energy consumption. In times of sharply rising energy costs people are looking for solutions to lower their heating bills. Due to the markets changing demand in favour of sustainable buildings these “green buildings” are highly searched for. The EU Parliament has decided that new buildings in Germany starting from 2021 have to mee ...
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  1. General Information 1.1 Legal System The Finnish legal system is based on statutory law, which is supplemented by case law. Finland joined the European Union (EU) on January 1st 1995 and thus the legislation of the European Union law is applicable in Finland, either directly or by incorporation. In addition, Finland adheres to a number of international treaties and conventions, including the UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods. The international agreements that Finland adheres to can be found in the Treaties section (Fi. Valtiosopimukset) at www.finlex.fi. In order to be enforceable in Finland, international agreements need to be inco ...
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  Developments in Indian Competition Law will change how entities do business in India. Based on the recommendations of an expert committee, The Competition Act 2002, will be amended for a third time by The Competition (Amendment) Bill 2012. Most notably, the Bill introduces changes regarding joint dominance, the powers of the Competition Commission of India (‘CCI’), the protection given to Intellectual Property rights (IPRs) as well as the opportunity of a hearing prior to imposition of a penalty and an expansion in appealable orders. Whilst abuse of a dominant position has always been prohibited by the Act, this previously only applied ...
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  Scelte e azioni per il business internazionale “L’Italia è un paese in cui, se ben guidati e assistiti, si possono trovare eccellenti opportunità di investimento” Con queste parole l’avv. Giovanni Scognamiglio presenta l’attività del suo studio professionale, da sempre rivolta a selezionare buoni affari per i propri clienti e a fornire tutta l’assistenza necessaria per la migliore realizzazione di ogni progetto. La sfida a contribuire, per quanto possibile, allo sviluppo dell’Italia e del suo Mezzogiorno per attirare investimenti stranieri, è instaurare uno stretto rapporto di partnership con il cliente. ...
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