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AG Pitruzzella Explores The Maintenance Of A Consumer Contract's Validity Under The Unfair Contract Terms Directive
On the 14 May 2019, Advocate General Pitruzzella from the Court of the Justice of the European Union delivered his opinion on Case C‑260/18 "Dziubak vs. Raiffeisen Bank International AG", following a request ...
Malta
23 Sep 2019
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How Smart Are Smart Contracts?
Blockchain technology has developed and matured during the last five years and is continuing to develop to extend beyond cryptocurrency applications, which today still remains one of the largest and widely recognised application of blockchain.
Malta
17 Apr 2019
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Evolve, Embrace
this fast-changing environment, which is constantly presenting unprecedented challenges, it is crucial for our lawyers and professionals to have a good understanding of blockchain technology ...
Malta
6 Nov 2018
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How Smart Can A Contract Be?
The term ‘smart contracts' has come to the fore very recently and is often used in many discussions relating to blockchain.
Malta
27 Jul 2018
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Commercial Yacht Registration In Malta
Malta is rapidly becoming a flag of choice for yacht and superyacht owners. There are now over 500 superyachts greater than 24 metres in length flying the Malta flag...
Malta
5 Oct 2017
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Securitisation 2017
Formalities. In order to create an enforceable debt obligation of the obligor to the seller: (a) is it necessary that the sales of goods or services are evidenced by a formal receivables contract...
Malta
11 May 2017
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Justice Reform In The Commercial Law Sphere
I write with reference to the recent interview given by the Hon. Minister for Justice Owen Bonnici carried on The Business Observer on the 14 January, 2016 in relation to the Ministry's initiatives to speed up commercial cases.
Malta
3 Feb 2016
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Private Writings And Recent Court Judgements
Some documents under Maltese law need to be expressed, on pain of nullity, in a public deed or a 'private writing', whilst in other cases it is sufficient if these documents are simply expressed 'in writing'.
Malta
1 Sep 2015
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