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Is The Future Of Airbnb In Hungary Boxed Into A Corner?
While few would have predicted it just a short while ago, Airbnb's rapid expansion in the Hungarian short-term rental market may soon come to a halt.
Hungary
25 Jan 2019
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Persistent Uncertainty Regarding The Amendment To The Czech Building Act
The proclaimed goal of the new legislation is to speed up the lengthy approval process hindering building projects. Nevertheless, some provisions of the amendment were challenged before the Constitutional Court.
Czech Republic
22 Feb 2018
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Authorities Start Imposing Sanctions For Lack Of Fire Safety Authorisations
From 1 October 2017, the Romanian fire safety authorities may start imposing sanctions on the beneficiaries of existing construction projects in Romania who failed to obtain (or at least apply for)...
Romania
24 Oct 2017
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Postup obcí při uzavírání smluv o zřízení služebnosti a práva stavby
Nový občanský zákoník (dále jen NOZ) přinesl řadu změn. Přestože je v platnosti už přes dva roky od 1. 1. 2014, přetrvávají mnohé nejasnosti a otazníky.
Austria
4 May 2017
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The Open Tender For Sofia Aiport Concession Ceased
On 20 May 2016 the Bulgarian government resolved to begin open tender proceedings for the concession of the Sofia Airport which has been brought to a halt by the Bulgarian Competition Protection Commission.
Bulgaria
28 Jun 2016
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New Law On Conversion Of Right Over Construction Land Into Ownership Against Compensation
The long-expected Law on conversion of usage right into ownership against compensation ("Conversion Act") entered into force on 28 July 2015.
Serbia
13 Aug 2015
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Amendments And Supplements To Planning And Construction Act
In December 2014, two sets of amendments to the Planning and Construction Act were published in nos. 132/2014 and 145/2014 of the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia (collectively "New PCA").
Serbia
3 Mar 2015
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"Fair Procurement" - Initiative Requires MEAT As Sole Award Criterion For Construction Contracts
In March 2014, three new EU Directives on public procurement law ("new Directives") entered into force, introducing significant adjustments to the current regime such as new procedures, new provisions on award criteria, and new exclusion grounds.
Austria
23 Feb 2015
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New EIA Legislation May Slow Down The Building-Permit Procedure
On 13 December 2011, the new European Directive No. 2011/92/EU on the assessment of the effects of certain public and projects on the environment (hereinafter as the "EIA Directive"), which codified the previous regulation, entered into force.
Czech Republic
3 Feb 2015
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Amendments To The Special Construction Tax
On 1 January 2014, the Romanian Government introduced a new property tax, namely a tax on constructions.
Romania
28 Jan 2015
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Abolishment Of Regulatory Permits
The Ukrainian parliament adopted Draft Law No. 2436a on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts, reducing the number of mandatory permit documents.
Ukraine
23 Apr 2014
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The New Face Of Legalisation In Serbia
Under the current Construction and Planning Act (PCA), as in other countries in the region, structures or facilities constructed without the relevant construction or used without the relevant usage permit are deemed illegal.
Serbia
28 Jan 2014
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End Of Illegal Structures In Slovakia?
After almost 40 years of the current regulation, a new Construction Act, introducing a substantial change of the construction law, should enter into force in 2014.
Slovakia
28 Jan 2014
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Recent Changes In The Hungarian Construction Law: Mandatory Use Of An Electronic Construction Log (e-Log)
While the Budapest construction scene is awaiting signs of recovery and an increase of development activities, new stories may no longer be written with pen and paper.
Hungary
28 Jan 2014
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New Limitations On Investments On Agricultural Land
From 26 May 2013 Poland has limited investments on high-quality agricultural land.
Poland
28 Jan 2014
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The Awaited Revolution In Polish Construction Law – Will It Speed Up The Investment Process?
The Polish government is working on regulations to make administrative procedures related to the investment process simpler and more efficient.
Poland
28 Jan 2014
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Legal Mortgage Of Contractors – Triggering Applicability Disputes?
The Romanian Civil Code regulates the legal mortgage in favour of contractors, sometimes unjustly extended also to the benefit of subcontractors.
Romania
28 Jan 2014
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Real Estate Law After Re-Codification In 2014
The new Civil Code as part of the re-codification of Czech private law became effective as of 1 January 2014.
Czech Republic
28 Jan 2014
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Croatian Government On A Mission To (Re)Attract Real Estate Investments
Due to the continuing decline in investments and development on the Croatian real estate market, the Croatian government decided to introduce a number of remedying measures, some of which are summarised here.
Croatia
28 Jan 2014
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Retrospective Building Approval Act
Serbia's Parliament has adopted a new Retrospective Building Approval Act (Zakon o legalizaciji objekata), published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia No. 095/2013 on 31 October 2013, which entered into force as of 1 November 2013 (hereinafter referred to as the "Act").
Serbia
24 Dec 2013
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