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Register Company in Malta with iMPK Global Business Law Firm

Why to register your in company in Malta? Malta is an EU member and is located in the middle of Mediterranean English is the language of business and legal professionals Malta is political and economical stable Competitive tax refund system. Has signed over 70 tax treaties with other contries Legal system based partial on English law and partial on Continental law Participation excemption which exempts from tax, divides and capital gains Well known for its professional services (legal, tax, accounting etc) For more information and guidance get in touch with our lawyers or email iMPK Global Business Law Firm – Cyprus Lawyers, at info@impklawyers.com .Tel. +357...

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Register Company in Singapore with iMPK Global Business Law Firm

Why to register your in company in Singapore? Easy setting up and operating business English is the language of business and the official language of government Well educated workforce It has a  competive corporate tax regime Has signed over 80 tax treatis with other contries Legal system based on English law Singapore is an innovative market oriented country Well known for its professional services (legal, tax, accounting etc) Effective and dependable government and regulatory systems Compliance with international bodies such as the OECD and FATF For more information and guidance get in touch with our lawyers or email iMPK Global Business Law Firm –...

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Register Company in Seychelles with iMPK Global Business Law

Why to register your in company in Seychelles? Great strategic location for doing business in Africa Seychelles is a member of the British Commonwealt Seychelles is political and economical stable Income that is foreign sourced is untaxed No capital gains , property or estate taxes Legal system based on English common law and French civil code English is an official language Seychelles is more that welcome to foreign investors Great communications and physical infrastructure Professional workforce Seychells is considered a secure investment location Effective financial services legislation and regulation For more information and guidance get in touch with our lawyers or email iMPK Global...

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Cypriot Admiralty Law: Ship Arrest

Ship arrest in Cyprus is governed by section 29 of Courts of Justice Law (14/1960) and by the Administration of Justice Act 1956 of the United Kingdom, which was enacted so as to bring into force the Ship Arrest Convention 1952. Cyprus is not directly a party to the 1952 Ship Arrest Convention nor the Brussels Liens and Mortgages Conventions. The Supreme Court of Cyprus acts as the admiralty court and therefore holds the relevant jurisdiction (Section 19(a) of the Courts of Justice Law). However, pursuant to the amendment to the Courts of Justice Law (Law 136/1991), the District Courts of Cyprus may...

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Probate: under the Law of Succession in Cyprus

Probate: under the Law of Succession in Cyprus Definition: The instrument in writing issued by the court declaring that the will has been duly provedand that the administrations of the deceased’s estate has been granted to a specified executor.(Information sheet No.21 – September 2003) Foreign Wills/Grants of Probate by foreign Jurisdiction: Cypriot Probate law derives directly from the English legal system, although it has been slightly altered through the years under the jurisdiction of the Cypriot courts. It is generally accepted that if there is an English will, a Grant of Probate obtained in England can be re-sealed by the probate courts in...

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The Ultra Vires Doctrine – Cyprus

The Ultra Vires Doctrine - Cyprus Meaning of Ultra Vires According to the Oxford Dictionary, ultra vires means “Beyond one’s legal power or authority”. In other words, if an act requires legal authority and it is done with such authority, it is characterized in law as intra vires ("within the powers"). If it is done without such authority, it is ultra vires. Acts that are intra vires may equivalently be termed "valid" and those that are ultra vires "invalid". Every association/company, has a memorandum which between other articles, contained the duties and the responsibilities of it directors. Why is the ultra vires important? The...

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Trespass – Law of Torts Cyprus

Definition “In the law of tort, property law, and criminal law a trespasser is a person who commits the act of trespassing on a property, that is, without the permission of the owner. Being present on land as a trespasser thereto creates liability in the trespasser, so long as the trespass is intentional. At the same time, the status of a visitor as a trespasser (as opposed to an invitee or a licensee) defines the legal rights of the visitor if they are injured due to the negligence of the property owner.”. Trespassing as a tort In the Law of torts trespass to land requires an intentional physical invasion of the plaintiff’s real property by the defendant or...

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Forex Cyprus

The foreign exchange market (forex, FX, or currency market) is a global decentralized market for the trading of currencies. This includes all aspects of buying, selling and exchanging currencies at current or determined prices. In terms of volume of trading, it is by far the largest market in the world. The main participants in this market are the larger international banks. Financial centres around the world function as anchors of trading between a wide range of multiple types of buyers and sellers around the clock, with the exception of weekends. The foreign exchange market determines the relative values of different currencies. The...

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The Person who Takes in Good Faith Should Get a Good Title – Nemo Dat Quod Non Habet Rule

The Person who Takes in Good Faith Should Get a Good Title The Operation of the Nemo Dat Quod Non Habet Rule  - The preservation of property rights According to the Oxford Dictionary, “nemo dat” is the basic principle that the person who does not own property, especially a thief, cannot confer it on another except with the true owner’s authority or consensus. The sale of goods usually takes place between the buyer and the owner of the goods or by his authority. There are some circumstances in which a seller purpose to sell goods which he does not have any right to sell....

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Establishment of a Company Branch in the Republic of Cyprus What rights have the Investment Firms of member states and third countries according to the law?

An Investment Firm may provide an investment or other services through the establishment of a Branch in Cyprus. These services and/or activities are covered by the authorization granted to the CIF. Additionally, an Investment Firm wishing to establish a branch in Cyprus notifies in writing its intention the Cysec Commission, as well as the following information with regards to the branch: The address The persons responsible for its management and the organizational structure The programme of operations setting out (the investment and the ancillary services) that it intends to provide investment activities Cysec, within three months from receiving the abovementioned information shall...

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