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Amendments regarding the provision of realtors' services
The New Law 4072/2012 incorporates the basic provisions of EU Directive 2006/123/EC with regard to deregulating the internal market and allows for the trans-border provision of realtor services for the citizens at the other member states. More specifically, the realtor agreement, as per this law, must be in writing. Thus oral agreements, which were a common practice, are now forbidden. Another important point of this law is the introduction of the speciailty of “assistance realtor”, who can either be an employee of the realtor or an independent professional- collaborator. The assistant realtor is the person labored with supporting and assisting the realtor, as the latter performs his services.As of the enactment of this...
The transition from trial advocacy to mediation advocacy The big challenge
Elena Koltsaki, PhD People’s increasing need to gain control over decision in their disputes along with the impressive numbers of settlement rates of cases which are referred to mediation has made the process an indispensable tool of alternative dispute resolution. In many countries mediation is a long established and highly regarded means for resolving disputes, in which parties try to work together and settle their dispute with the help of a third person, the mediator, who is specially trained to help them reach a mutually acceptable agreement. In this process, parties are often assisted by their attorneys, who prepare their clients for mediation and may also be present in the actual sessions, helping the parties reach their own settlement.
Athens Multi Member Court of First Instance. Decision 6768/2010: Regutation 1924/2006, term "light" Attorneys at law N.Papakonstantinou- E.Assimakopoulou , Vassilogeorgis and Partners Law Firm
HAVING EXAMINED THE CASE FILE THE COURT REASONED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAW Regulation No 1/1958 determining the languages to be used by the European Economic Community established the full equality of the languages of the Member States; Article 1 of which stating that the official languages and the working languages of the institutions of the Community include Greek. Article 2 states that, “Documents which a Member State or a person subject to the jurisdiction of a Member State sends to institutions of the Community shall be drafted in the language of that State”. Article 3 states that, “Documents which an institution of the Community sends to a Member State or to a person subject to the jurisdiction of a...
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