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LEGALISATION OF COMPANY CORPORATE BOOKS

Pursuant to Act 14/2013 of 27th September to support entrepreneurs and their internationalisation, and specifically on the basis of the interpretation given in this respect by the General Directorate of Notaries and Registries (the GDNR) of 12th February 2015, the obligation was introduced for all companies to legalise company corporate books by telematic means. This new obligation completely changed the…

FEWER REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLIC DOCUMENTS BETWEEN EU COUNTRIES

On 16th February 2019, EU Regulation 2016/1191 (the “Regulation”) entered into force. Said Regulation is aimed at reducing bureaucracy  between the countries of the European Union. Specifically, the Regulation eliminates the need for obtaining the Hague Apostille and translating some public documents with the purpose of them taking effect in other countries of the European Union. Before this Regulation entered…

THE NEED FOR THE UNITED STATES TO ADJUST TO THE GDPR

The GDPR[1], the European regulation on data protection, has operated in Europe since the 25th May 2018, likewise, it also  has effects outside Europe. The mentality assumed by the majority of companies in the transatlantic continent is that as long as they do not have an established headquarters in Europe, they will not need  to expressly comply with European regulations…