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Rent Reform In Malta: An Overview Of The Residential Leases Bill
On the 2nd of July 2019, the Residential Leases Bill (Bill No. 91 of 2019) – the 'Bill' – was published in the Government Gazette of Malta (No. 20,223). The aim of this Bill is to bring into
Malta
24 Jul 2019
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THE CASE OF BUTTIGIEG AND OTHERS V. MALTA (Application No. 22456/15) 11 December 2018
The applicants are the owners of an apartment in Melita Street, Valletta which was inherited from their father who died in September 2006.
Malta
19 Dec 2018
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Malta Budget 2019
•Malta registered the highest fiscal surplus in the EU – Malta registered a surplus of €392.7 million, equivalent to 3.5% of GDP in 2017.
Malta
14 Nov 2018
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Proposal To Reform The Rental Market
There is a clear emphasis on creating a balance between Landlords and Tenants.
Malta
12 Nov 2018
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Amendments to Housing (Decontrol) Ordinance (Chapter 158 of the Laws of Malta)
Amendments to Chapter 158 were introduced by Act No. XXVII of 2018. The amendments affect the leases created by virtue of a previous title of emphyteusis or sub-emphyteusis which commenced before the 1st June 1995 through the application of article 5, 12, or 12A of Chapter 158.
Malta
13 Aug 2018
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Sub-Letting Of Commercial Tenements After 31st May 2018 – Let It Be! – (2)
Reference is made to our previous article entitled 'Sub-Letting of Commercial Tenements After 31st May 2018 – Let it Be!', which dealt with the (then) proposed amendments to article 1613 of the Civil Code.
Malta
25 Apr 2018
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Sub-Letting Of Commercial Tenements After 31st May 2018 – Let It Be!
In terms of article 1531I of the Civil Code, as introduced by the amendments to the rent laws in 2009, a lease of commercial premises made before the 1st June 1995 shall terminate on 31st May 2028, ...
Malta
8 Mar 2018
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The 1979 Amendments To Malta’s Rent Laws Held To Be In Violation Of The Right To Property
The case of Anthony Aquilina v. Malta (Application no. 3851/12) involved proceedings instituted by Mr. Aquilina (hereinafter ‘the Applicant’) before the European Court of Human Rights, Fifth Section, (hereinafter ‘the ECtHR’ or ‘the Court’) wherein he alleged that his rights to property under Article 1 of Protocol No. 1 to the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (hereinafter ‘the Convention’) had been infringed by the Maltese State.
Malta
9 Jan 2015
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