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The Interim Relief is regulated under the Turkish Procedural Law numbered 6100 ("TPL"). According to the legislation, the court can provide any kind of interim relief that has the effect of preventing the claimant incurring damages before resolution of his claim or, such as (i) freezing or securing goods or rights, (ii) ordering the defendant to take, or not to take, a certain action (for example, annotation to the title deed preventing its transfer, prohibiting the transfer of shares of a company, and so on).
Recently, the media in Bulgaria has trumpeted a new business crime - the theft of a company. In 2014, there were a number of reported cases in which companies were stolen, e.g. their ownership was changed or a new managing director was appointed by a thief without the knowledge of the actual owner, nor of the company’s management body. read more...
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Indonesia’s monetary authority, Bank Indonesia, has issued regulation No. 17/3/PBI/2015 on the Requirement to Use Rupiah Within the Territory of the Republic of Indonesia (the “BI Regulation”). The BI Regulation serves as an implementing regulation to Law No. 7 of 2011 on Currency (the “Currency Law”). Bank Indonesia issued the regulation with a view of easing the pressure on the declining rupiah.
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The April issue of the International Financial Law Review (IFLR) includes an international briefing article by SyCipLaw partner Anthony W. Dee and associate Ma. Patricia B. Paz entitled “Philippines: Complaints mechanism concerns.”
It's not a story that has attracted much attention, but the Revenue Department is being urged to start taking tax evasion by corrupt politicians much more seriously. The goal is to not only improve below-target tax collections but also prevent such politicians from using their ill-gotten gains to finance their next election campaigns.