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Medical Insurance Tips For Foreigners

docpatientThis type of insurance covers variety of unforeseeable and unplanned medical costs during your visit in foreign country as result of illness or accident. The policy is often offered with assistant from a company such as Euro Cross International that has wide spread over Europe and worldwide.

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Tax Returns For Bulgarian Businesses

taxarticleCompanies, which have not been active, need to file a tax declaration to be levied with corporate tax before 31st March this year.

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Changes In Bulgarian Tax Laws 2011

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The general change in the property tax is that the maximum tax has been increased to 4.5% of the tax evaluation of the property. Even though there is an increase the municipalities will be the ones determining the exact amount of the tax.

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Company Re-registration Deadline Granted One Year Extension

lawyer and clientThe Bulgarian Government has extended the deadline for companies in the country to re-register into the national registry.

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Preliminary Contract

 

contractIn this article we discuss the legal nature of the Preliminary Contract in relation to purchasing property in Bulgaria. Starting with covering its definition, the form it should take, its enforceability and what it should contain.

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Buying State Owned Property In Bulgaria

buyingstateownedpropertyinbulgariaWhat to consider if you are looking to buy a council owned property in Bulgaria. We shed some light on the legal aspects of real estate transactions on old or run-down properties which are available in Bulgaria yet are owned by the State or the municipalities (local/regional council).

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Bulgarian Inheritance Laws

bulgarianinheritancelawsWith so many foreigners owning property in Bulgaria, GPNG Law Firm visits the question of inheritance legislation. This article summarises the main provisions that one needs to have in mind when applying them to some common case studies.

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Bulgarian Law & The Prosecutor

a crime has been committedNoisy or drunken neighbours? Workmen disappeared with your money and not done the job? If you have experienced these kind of difficulties and have gone to the police but they have done nothing about it as they tell you "it is a civil matter", you can go to your local Prosecutor and make your complaint.

The Prosecutor is not a position with which most western Europeans are familiar but is a figure in Bulgarian law who is involved in pre court procedures when crimes are investigated.

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Company Re-registration in Bulgaria-Time is Running Out

re-registrationIf your Bulgarian limited liability company was registered before 01.01. 2008 at a district court you are obliged to register it again according to the procedure as per the Law of the Commercial Register.

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Making a Bulgarian Will

The big move to your Bulgarian property has started, moving to Bulgaria, living the dream, but with so much going on making a will may be the last thing on your mind. 280,000 euros have been spent changing the laws of the 27 E.U states,to help expats living outside their home country if the inevitable happens.

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