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By entry into force of the Law on Amendments to the Planning and Construction Act on 4 August 2023, the Law on the Conversion of the Right of Use into Ownership Right on Construction Land with a Fee ceased to be in effect. one of the most significant novelties of the Law is the elimination of fees for conversion from the right of use into the ownership right of construction land.
Under the new agreement, co-productions deemed as “national works”, regardless of their genre (feature, animated, documentary), are entitled to all the benefits arising from applicable laws and regulations within the territories of both countries.
Amendments to the Law on Foreigners and Law on Employment of Foreigners aim to further facilitate and accelerate the procedure for approving temporary residence, i.e. permanent residence of foreigners in the Republic of Serbia. While some solutions brought by these Amendments came into force immediately after the law was passed at the beginning of August this year, the most important changes shall be applicable from 1 February 2024.
VAT plays an important role in the sale of property by an entity that is a taxable person, therefore is obligated to charge VAT in pursuing its economic activities. In the Republic of Slovenia, VAT is regulated by the Value Added Tax Act.
Solar power has seen the biggest growth of renewable energy sources in recent years. Solar energy is the cheapest and most accessible energy source for everyone. In Slovenia, solar power plants are regulated by regulations and laws relating to the production of electricity from renewable sources such as solar energy, wind, hydroelectricity and biomass.
The EU Blue Card allows highly skilled workers from outside the EU to live and work in any EU Member State, except Denmark and Ireland. EU Blue Card allows foreigners to enter and reside in the Republic of Slovenia, but it can only be obtained on the basis of highly qualified employment, therefore workers must have at least a university education.
As the title already suggests, a new Personal Data Protection Act (Slovenian abbreviation: ZVOP-2) is going to come into effect in Slovenia on the 26th of January 2023. This short note serves as a warning and highlights some of the novelties the new ZVOP-2 is going to introduce. Reader beware, that a new Consumer protection act also comes into effect on the 26th of January. We have already written about the novelties it brings in one of our previous notices.
As the title already suggests, a new Consumer protection act (Slovenian abbreviation: ZVPot-1) is going to come into effect in Slovenia on the 26th of January 2023. This short note serves as a warning and highlights some of the novelties the new ZVPot-1 is going to introduce.
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