The Government of the Kyrgyz Republic has taken measures to provide the population with medicines and medical devices in connection with the pandemic of coronavirus infection
Aidar Oruzbaev, lawyer of Bishkek office of Grata International leading pharmaceutical law practice in the Kyrgyz Republic breaks down the main features of newly adopted Decree of the Kyrgyz Government on measures concerning prevention of further spread of COVID-19.
At irregular meeting on 27 March 2020, the Government Cabinet approved a resolution to implement following measures to support the taxpayers during higher level of readiness due to spread of Covid19 in Mongolia
The title to a parking place in case of the developer’s bankruptcy
Since 1 January 2017, a car parking space has been legally recognised as an independent property item, which has special boundaries in the design documentation of a building or structure, and which is subject to both cadastral and state registration.
On 27 March 2020 under the adopted Resolution the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan took additional measures to support taxpayers in view of the state of emergency in the country
In accordance with Article 1.2 of Appendix of the Regulation No A/121 on Procedure to issue a Certificate on force majeure and hardship by the Chairman of Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry(hereinafter “the Chamber”) dated 24 January 2020, a force majeure means the parties are unable to implement their contractual obligation due to the following obstacles which are beyond the reasonable control of parties, unforeseeable circumstances and cannot be predicted, prevent or overcome by scientific and technological achievement.
In connection with the declaration of the state of emergency in Kazakhstan, the Government has been taken the measures regarding customs regulation