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BDK Advokati

CETINJSKA 11, THE CAPITAL PLAZA, 81000 PODGORICA, MONTENEGRO
Tel:
Work +382 20 230 396
Fax:
Fax +382 20 230 396
Email:
Web:
www.bdkadvokati.com
Banja Luka, Belgrade, Podgorica

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BDK Advokati

BDK Advokati is highly rated for its advice on M&A transactions, real estate and construction, and energy matters. The team, which is led by Luka Popović in Podgorica, often works in cooperation with the firm's Serbian office, as exemplified in its advice to the government of Montenegro alongside Serbia-based Tijana Kojović on the exit of A2A from a shared ownership in the majority state-owned electricity producer EPCG and its reprivatisation. Popović also assisted Iberostar with its expansion in Montenegro, including the acquisition of local companies involved in several hotel projects. Belgrade-based Dragoljub Cibulić acted for CGES and the government of Montenegro on the development of an underwater power cable between Italy and Montenegro jointly with the Italian transmission system operator Terna.

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Luka Popović - BDK Advokati

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  • Recent Amendments to Montenegrin Tax Legislation

    The Montenegrin Parliament recently enacted the new Law on Tax on Coffee and amendments to the Law on Value Added Tax, the Law on Real Estate Tax, the Law on Tax Administration and the Law on Mandatory Social Security. The purpose of these changes is to clarify existing provisions of these tax laws in order to improve their enforcement and to better control the tax liabilities of non-resident taxpayers. Changes to the Law on Real Estate Tax have introduced higher taxes, but also tax benefits aimed at stimulating the development of high-end tourism in Montenegro.
  • Law on Prevention of Illegal Business - Montenegro fights gray economy

    The Law on the Prevention of Illegal Business ( Zakon o spre čavanju nelegalnog poslovanja, „Official Gazette of tthe Republic of Montenegro" no.29/13) came into force on 23 June 2013. Its nature is largely declaratory, aimed at showing the declared intent of the state to fight corruption and black market.