ESTATUTO DA CAMARA DOS SOLICITADORES PDF

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Investment All companies or firms formed in accordance with the law of a Member State of the EU and having their registered office, central administration or principal place of business within the EU, including those established in the Member States of the EU by Canadian investors, are entitled to receive the treatment accorded by Article 54 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. Such treatment is not accorded to branches or agencies of companies or firms established outside the EU.

Treatment granted to companies or firms formed by Canadian investors in accordance with the law of a Member State of the EU, and having their registered office, central administration or principal place of business within the EU, is without prejudice to any conditions or obligations, consistent with Chapter Eight Investmentwhich may have been imposed on such companies or firms when they established in the EU and which shall continue to apply.

Research and experimental development services on natural sciences and engineering, interdisciplinary research and experimental development services. This reservation is without prejudice to the exclusion of procurement by a Party, subsidies, or governmental support for trade in services in Articles 8. Investment Any Member State of the EU, when selling or disposing of its equity interests in, or the assets of, an existing state enterprise or an existing governmental entity providing health, social or education services, may prohibit or impose limitations on the ownership of such interests or assets, and on the ability of owners of such interests and assets to control any resulting enterprise, by investors of Canada or of a third country or their investments.

With respect to such a sale or other disposition, any Member State of the EU may adopt or maintain any measure relating to the nationality of senior management or members of the boards of directors, as well as any measure limiting the number of suppliers. No export refund shall be granted on rice imported from and re-exported to Canada or any third country. Only EU rice producers may claim compensatory payments.

Cross-Border Trade in Services The competent authorities of a Member State of the EU may recognise the equivalence of the qualifications of an auditor who is a national of Canada or of any third country in order to approve them to act as solicitadires statutory auditor in the EU subject to reciprocity. Estafuto and Cross-Border Trade in Services In the EU, the organisation of the siting of letter boxes on the public highway, the issuing of postage stamps, and the provision of the registered mail service used in the course of judicial or administrative procedures may be restricted in accordance with national legislation.

Licensing systems may be established for those services for which a general Universal Service Obligation exists. These licences may be subject to particular universal service obligations or a financial contribution to a compensation fund. To be registered, aircraft may be required to be owned either by natural persons meeting specific nationality criteria or by enterprises meeting specific criteria regarding ownership of capital and control.

By exception, aircraft registered in Canada may be leased by a Canadian air carrier to an air carrier of the EU under certain circumstances — for the air carrier of the EU’s exceptional needs, seasonal capacity needs, or needs to overcome operational difficulties, which cannot reasonably be satisfied through leasing aircraft registered within the EU, and subject esttauto obtaining the approval for a limited duration esratuto the Member State of the EU licensing the air carrier of the EU.

For groundhandling services, establishment within the EU territory may be required. The level of openness of groundhandling services depends on the size of airport. The number of suppliers in each airport may be limited. For “big airports”, this limit may not be less than two suppliers. For camarw operations, establishment within the EU is required. Airport operation services may be subject to individual concession or licence from public authorities.

Special approval from the competent authority may be needed for the holder of the licence or the concession to transfer the operation licence or concession in total or in part to a third party. Investment, Cross-Border Trade in Services, and International Maritime Transport Services Goods or passenger transport operations by inland waterway may only dq provided by an operator that fulfils the following conditions:.

Derogations from the majority ownership requirement may exceptionally be provided.

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In Spain, Sweden and Finland there is no legal distinction between maritime and internal waterways. The regulation of maritime transport applies equally to internal waterways. Cross-Border Trade in Services The provision of solictiadores transport services requires a licence, which can only be granted to railway undertakings established in a Member State of the EU. Investment and Cross-Border Trade in Services With the exception of Finland, only hauliers established in a Member State of the EU who meet the conditions of access to the occupation and access to the market soliditadores transport of goods between Member States of the EU may, in the context of a combined transport operation between Member States of the EU, carry out initial or final road haulage legs which form an integral part of the combined transport operation and which may or may not include the crossing of a frontier.

Necessary measures can be taken to ensure that solicitsdores motor vehicle taxes applicable to road vehicles routed in combined transport are reduced or reimbursed.

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Authorisation will only be granted if the acquisition is considered to be in the public soljcitadores particular economic, social and cultural interest. Investment For the operation of a branch, non-European Economic Area EEA corporations must appoint at least one person responsible for dq representation who is resident in Austria. Executives managing directors, natural persons responsible for the observance of the Austrian Trade Act Gewerbeordnung must be domiciled in Austria.

Investment and Cross-Border Trade in Services Full admission to the Bar is required for the practice of legal services in respect of EU law and the law of a Member State of the EU, including representation before courts. Residency commercial presence is required in order to obtain full admission to the Bar.

To provide legal services in respect of EU law and the law of a Member State of the EU, commercial presence may be required to take one of the legal forms which are allowed under national law on a non-discriminatory basis.

Some types of legal form may be reserved exclusively to lawyers admitted to the Bar, also on a non-discriminatory basis.

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According to the Lawyers Act, only Sooicitadores lawyers or lawyers of the Swiss Confederation are allowed to provide legal services through commercial presence. Cross border supply of legal services by Canadian lawyers who must be fully qualified in Canada solicitadords only authorised in respect of public international edtatuto and Canadian law. The service supplier must have an office or professional seat in the EEA in order to provide bookkeeping services, and to be entitled to practice as an solictiadores or tax advisor according to Austrian law.

Where the employer of a foreign auditor is not a national ea a Member State of the EU, they must be a member of the relevant professional body in their home country, where such a body exists.

The nationality requirement is waived for nationals of a non-Member State of the EEA where there is an agreement with that non-Member State of the EEA providing for national treatment with respect to investment and cross-border trade of veterinary services.

Regarding medical services, non-nationals of a Member State of the EEA may apply for the following authorisations: This reservation does not apply to dental services or services provided by psychologists and psychotherapists. Investment and Cross-Border Trade in Services Only natural persons may apply for an authorisation to operate as a tobacconist. Retail sokicitadores of pharmaceutical, medical and orthopaedic goods Other services provided by pharmacists.

Investment The retail of pharmaceuticals and specific medical goods to the public may only be carried out through a pharmacy. Nationality of a Member State of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation is required for leaseholders and persons in charge of managing a pharmacy.

Investment and Cross-Border Trade in Services The provision of privately funded university level education services in the area of applied sciences requires an authorisation from the competent authority, the Council for Higher education Fachhochschulrat. An investor seeking to provide an applied science study programme must have his primary business being the supply of such programmes, and must submit a needs assessment and a market survey for the dls of the proposed fstatuto programme.

The competent Ministry may deny an authorisation where the programme is determined to be incompatible with national educational interests. The applicant for a estatuuto university requires an authorisation from the competent authority the Austrian Accreditation Council. The competent Ministry may deny the approval if the decision of the accreditation authority does not comply with national educational interests.

Financial Services In order to obtain a licence to open a branch office, foreign insurers must have a legal form corresponding or comparable to a joint stock company or a mutual insurance association in their home country.

The management of a branch office must consist of at least two natural slicitadores resident in Austria. Financial Services Promotional activity and intermediation on behalf of a subsidiary not established in the EU or of a branch not established in Austria except for reinsurance and retrocession are prohibited.

A majority of the governing board of each enterprise must have EEA nationality.

A registered company or permanent establishment in Austria is required. Investment and Cross-Border Trade in Services For passenger and freight transportation, exclusive rights or authorisations may only be granted to nationals of the Member States of the EU and to juridical persons of the EU having their headquarters in the EU.

Enterprises and partnerships must have their seat in the EEA. The operator of the network must appoint a Managing Director and a Technical Director who is responsible for the technical control of the operation of the network, both of whom must be nationals of a Member State of the EEA.

The competent authority may waive the nationality and domiciliation requirements where the operation of the network is considered to be in the public interest.

If the operator appoints a managing director or a leaseholder, the domicile requirement is waived. Juridical persons enterprises and partnerships must have their seat in the EEA. The competent authority may waive the domicile and nationality requirements where the operation of the network is considered to be in the public interest.

For the purposes of the reservations of Belgium, the national level of government covers the federal government and the governments of the Regions and the Communities as each of them holds equipollent legislative powers. Investment The exploration for and exploitation of mineral resources and other non-living resources in territorial waters and the continental shelf are subject to concession.

The concessionaire must be domiciled in Belgium. Investment and Cross-Border Trade in Services Full admission to the Bar is required for the practice of legal services in respect of Belgian law, including representation before courts. The residency requirement for a foreign lawyer to obtain full admission to the Bar is at least six years from the date of application for registration, three years under certain conditions. Required to have a certificate issued by the Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs under which the national law or international convention allows reciprocity reciprocity condition.

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Representation before the ” Cour de Cassation ” is subject to quota. Law of July 22nd, creating an Institute of the Auditors of Firms and organising the public supervision of the occupation of auditor of firms, coordinated on April 30th, Cross-Border Trade in Services To be qualified to act in an official capacity as a “firm’s auditor”, it is required to maintain an establishment in Belgium where the professional activity will take place and where acts, documents and correspondence relating to it will be maintained, and to have at least one administrator or manager of the company being firm’s auditor and responsible for the management of an establishment in Belgium.

Law of February 20, on the protection of the title of the architect’s profession Law of 26th Junewhich creates the Order of Architects Regulations of December 16th, of ethics established by national Council in the Order of Architects Approved by art. Cross-Border Trade in Services The provision of architectural services in Belgium requires control over the execution of jobs. Foreign architects authorised in their host countries and wishing to practice their profession on an occasional basis in Belgium are required to obtain prior authorisation from the Council of Order in the geographical area where they intend to practice their activity.

Besluit van de Vlaamse Regering van 10 december tot uitvoering van het decreet betreffende de private arbeidsbemiddeling. A company having its head office outside the EEA has to prove that it supplies placement services in its country of origin. A company having its head office outside the EEA has to demonstrate that it fulfils the conditions as set out in the Decree for instance on the type of legal entity and has to prove that it supplies placement services in its country of origin.

A company having its head office outside the EEA has to prove that it supplies placement services in its country of origin and has to fulfill the admission criteria established by the mentioned decree.

All commercial marine activity undertaken from a seagoing ship, including fishing, aquaculture, and services incidental to fishing Transport services passengers and freight by seagoing vessels Pilotage and berthing services Vessel salvage and refloating services Other supporting services for water transport Construction for waterways, harbours, dams and other water works.

Investment and International Maritime Transport Services According to the Belgian ship registration law and decree provisions, the owner or operator of a ship must be:. Foreign investors must have their principal office in Belgium in order to register a vessel on the national shipping register.

The ships have to be operated from Belgium, meaning that the operating owner or the operator if different from the owner must have a Belgian company number. A foreign owned vessel may be registered at the request of a Belgian operator, subject to the consent of the owner and of the Belgian authorities Directorate General Maritime Transport in Brussels. A foreign-owned vessel may also be registered on the bareboat charter register second Belgian registersubject to the consent of the authorities of the primary register, of the owner and of the relevant Belgian authorities.

Investment and Cross-Border Trade in Services Private civil aircraft belonging to natural persons who are not nationals of a Member State of the EU or of the EEA may only be registered if they are domiciled or resident in Belgium without interruption for at least one year.

Private civil aircraft belonging to foreign legal entities not formed in accordance with the law of a Member State of the EU or of the EEA may only be registered if they have a seat of operations, agency or office in Belgium without interruption for at least one year.

Investment A licence is required to provide air transport services. To obtain the licence, the air carrier must have at its disposal, owned or under any type of lease, at least one aircraft registered in his name on the Belgian register.

Besluit van de Vlaamse Regering betreffende de toegang tot de grondafhandelingsmarkt op de Vlaamse regionale luchthavens art. Investment Foreign legal persons, unless established under the legislation of a Member State of the EU or the EEA, may conduct business and pursue activities if established in the Republic of Bulgaria in the form of a company registered in the Commercial Register.

Establishment of branches is subject to authorisation. Representative offices of foreign enterprises are to be registered with Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and may not engage in economic activity but are only entitled to advertise their owner and act as representatives or agents. Investment Certain economic activities related to the exploitation or use of State or public property are subject to concessions granted under the provisions of the Concessions Act or other special concessions laws.

The activities of prospecting or exploration of underground natural resources on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria, in the continental shelf and in the exclusive economical zone in the Black Sea are subject to permission, while the activities of extraction and exploitation are subject to concession granted under the Underground Natural Resources Act.

It is forbidden for companies registered in preferential tax treatment jurisdictions that is, off-shore zones or related, directly or indirectly, to such companies to participate in open procedures for granting permits or concessions for prospecting, exploration or extraction of natural resources, including uranium and thorium ores, as well as to operate an existing permit or concession which has been granted, as such operations are precluded, including the possibility to register the geological or commercial discovery of a deposit as a result of exploration.

Without prejudice to Article 8. Exploration and extraction of shale gas is forbidden.