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Newsletter #15 – November 2022

EU LAW & DIGITAL ECONOMY

We are pleased to share with you our Newsletter of November 2022:

COMPETITION LAW 

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Newsletter – October 2022

I. EDITORIAL – THE COVID-19 DISEASE PANDEMIC; LAW NO. 19/2022, OF OCTOBER 21

The month of October was characterised, in legislative terms, by the publication of theResolution of the Council of Ministers no. 96/2022, of October 24, which determines the termination of validity of resolutions of the Council of Ministers published in the context of the pandemic disease COVID-19 and by the publication of the Law no. 19/2022, of October 21, which determines the rent updating coefficient for 2023, creates an extraordinary support for renting, reduces VAT on electricity supply, establishes a transitory regime for updating pensions, establishes a regime for the redemption of savings plans and determines the unseizability of family supports. Read more…

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Newsletter – August 2022

I. EDITORIAL – AMENDMENT TO THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; IMPLEMENTING RULES FOR THE STATE BUDGET FOR 2022

In terms of legislation, the month of August was characterised by the publication of Law no. 13/2022, of August 1, amending the Code of Criminal Procedure and Law no. 5/2002, of January 11, which sets out measures to combat organised and economic-financial crime, and by the publication of Decree-Law no. 53/2022, of August 12, which lays down the rules for implementing the State Budget for 2022. Read more…

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Newsletter – January 2021

I. EDITORIAL – APPROVAL AND PUBLICATION OF THE DIPLOMA THAT REVISED THE HORIZONTAL PROPERTY REGIME.

The month of January was characterised, on a legislative level, by the approval and publication of Law no. 8/2022, of January 10, which revised the Horizontal Property Regime, amending the Civil Code, Decree-Law no. 268/94, of October 25, and the Notary Code. Read more…

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E-LEGAL® NEWSLETTER – OCTOBER 2021

I. EDITORIAL – EDITORIAL – POSSIBILITY OF FIXING MAXIMUM MARKETING MARGINS FOR SIMPLE FUELS; AMENDMENT OF THE PERIODIC VAT DECLARATION, ANNEX R AND RESPECTIVE FILLING INSTRUCTIONS

In terms of legislation, October was characterised by the approval and publication of  Law no. 69-A/2021, of October 21, which created the possibility of establishing maximum commercialization margins for simple fuels, amending Decree Law no. 31/2006, of February 15. Read more…

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E-LEGAL® NEWSLETTER – JULY 2021

I. EDITORIAL – CAPITALISATION AND RESILIENCE FUND; EXTENSION OF BANK MORATORIA; MSE SUPPORT LINE; TECHNOLOGICAL FREE ZONES

On the legislative level, July was characterized by the approval and publication, on the one hand, of Decree-Law no. 63/2021, of July 28, which created a capitalisation fund for commercial companies, called the Capitalisation and Resilience Fund and, on the other hand, of Law no. 50/2021, of July 30, which extended bank moratoria, amending Decree-Law 10-J/2020 of March 26. Read more…

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Newsletter- July 31, 2021

We are happy to announce that Ms. Seema Jhingan has been appointed as the Advisor on the Advisory Board of the Satcom Industry Association (https://www.sia-india.com/about-us/advisory-board.html). Ms. Jhingan represents several international satellite companies and has substantial expertise in collaborative alliances and joint ventures especially in telecommunications, satellites and information technology, foreign satellite coordination, technology license arrangements, slot coordination, foreign direct investment by satellite operators etc.

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E-LEGAL® NEWSLETTER – MAY 2021

I. EDITORIAL – INJUNCTION PROCEDURE ON LEASES; LIMITATIONS ON THE REDACTION OF GENERAL CONTRACTUAL CLAUSES; PORTUGUESE CHARTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE DIGITAL AGE; EXCEPTIONAL AND TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES SUPPLY CONTRACTS

The month of May was marked, at the legislative level, by the approval and publication, on the one hand, of the Decree-Law no. 34/2021, of May 14, approving the Injunction Procedures for Leases (IMA) and, on the other hand, of Law no. 32/2021, of May 27, which establishes limitations on the redaction of contractual clauses and provides for the creation of a system for the control and prevention of abusive clauses, amending Decree-Law no. 446/85 of 25 October 1985, which establishes the legal framework for general contractual clauses. Read more…

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Model Tenancy Act, 2021

Introduction of the Model Tenancy Act, 2021:

The Union Cabinet, on June 2, 2021, approved the Model Tenancy Act, 2021 (“Tenancy Act”) for circulation to all States and Union Territories for adaptation by way of enacting fresh legislation or by suitably amending the existing rental laws. According to the Government’s press release, the Tenancy Act aims at “creating a vibrant, sustainable and inclusive rental housing market in the country” to promote creation of adequate rental housing availability for all income groups. More so, the Tenancy Act is intended to overhaul the Indian legal framework in relation to rental housing and institutionalise rental housing by creating a Rent Authority (i.e., an officer appointed under the Tenancy Act) for reporting renting arrangement.

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IS STORING DATA IN THE CLOUD OR THE USE OF WEB-BASED APPS NON-COMPLIANT AFTER SCHREMS II?

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