Each company based in the Czech Republic, which has not adjusted its founding documents according to the new legislation yet, shall submit itself to the Act on Business Corporations, which fully replaced the Commercial Code, until the end of 2015. Submission to the new Act is done by decision of the supreme body of the company.
Rapidly expanding area of e-commerce is legally regulated on European level and by the member states, including Poland. Thus, if you consider to expand your business by an e-shop aimed at Polish customers you should abide to legal regulations at both levels.
The President of Ukraine signed the Law 475-VIII, which provides prolongation for four months (till September 25, 2015) the term for submission of the data on the ultimate beneficial owners by legal entities registered before November 25, 2014.
The rapidly developing area of e-commerce is regulated on European level as well as by Czech legislation. If you want to operate your business activities through an e-shop, you shall comply with all relating legal conditions. What are the most important you should be aware of?
The Hungarian Parliament has adopted Bill T/4852 during its plenary session on 23th June 2015 which will modify Act C of 2000 on Accounting and other financial acts. The legislators were focusing on harmonizing the Hungarian law with EU directives and IFRS standards – the law will enter into force on 1st January 2016.