Anticorruption Agency of the Republic of Uzbekistan
In accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On additional measures to improve the system of combating corruption in the Republic of Uzbekistan” No.УП-6013 dated 29 June 2020 (the “Decree No.УП -6013”) there was established an Anticorruption Agency of the Republic of Uzbekistan (the “Agency”) in order to improve the effectiveness of public policies aimed at preventing and combating corruption in all spheres of society and the State.
Strengthening the responsibility for illegal seizure of land
Following the results of the fourth plenary session of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Law “On amendments and additions to some legislative acts of the Republic of Uzbekistan in connection with the increased liability for illegal seizure of land” (the “Law”) was approved. This Law introduces amendments and additions to the Criminal Code, the Code of Criminal Procedure and the Code on Administrative Responsibility.
The Supreme court of the Russian Federation explained: if there is no contract, this does not mean that it is impossible to collect the debt
Organization-1 performed for the Organization-2 services for the repair of the roof of the building without a contract, and then sent to the address of the Organization-2 the relevant act of acceptance of work performed, certificate of cost of works and costs. However, Organization-2 refused to sign these documents, because, in its view, the disputed work was performed pursuant to a subcontract entered into between Organization-1 and the third party, and repairs is warranty.
To whom now it is impossible to create a legal entity?
The constitutional court finally approved: a temporary ban on the creation of new legal entities and participation in the management of already existing legal entities for unfair citizens to the Constitution.
What cases can be considered urgent in the context of a pandemic?
Viktor Momotov, Chairman of the Council of judges, explained which cases could be considered urgent in the context of restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
The firm rises in the rankings released by Legal 500 and takes positions in eight jurisdictions – Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
GRATA International held the meeting of the Working Group on Legal Issues at the CCI France-Kazakhstan
The online meeting of the working group on legal issues was held on April 14, 2020. Theme of the meeting: "Some issues of emergency in connection with the epidemic COVID-19."
Senate of the Republic of Uzbekistan approved eight laws and rejected the Law on international commercial arbitration
During the second plenary session of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis several laws were discussed, with eight draft laws being approved and one rejected. Senators rejected the Law “On International Commercial Arbitration”.
Lawyers were allowed to receive a fee
The changes secured the right to a success fee for holders of the status of a lawyer. But it's not that simple. To begin with, the Federal Chamber of lawyers should specify the rules for success fees. Already, Law No. 400-FZ specifies that this provision will not apply to criminal cases and cases of administrative offenses.
Litigation in regions of Kazakhstan
The in-depth development and strengthening of ties between the regions of Kazakhstan creates favourable conditions for cooperation, business development, and the implementation of new projects in the immediate vicinity of the company's main income sources.
Dispute Resolution in Russia
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