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  1. Lettonie - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Law No.230.1 of 5 November 2015 "On Personal Electronic Identification". - Legislation On-Line

    Adoption: 2015-11-05 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2015-12-08 | LVA-2015-L-102237

    Introduces, inter alia, the concept of electronic identification; the purpose and scope of the law; the procedure of providing electronic identification means; security of electronic identification; the requirements for qualified skilled or high-security electronic identification service provider, also terms of service; skilled or qualified high security electronic identification service provision information system, equipment and procedure, security description; civil liability Insurance; technical and organizational requirements; physical persons'and electronic service provider's duties and responsibilities.

  2. Lettonie - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Law No. LV 23(4215) of 21 January 2010 on the Involvement of Employees in Decision Making in a European Commercial Company, a European Cooperative Society and in the Case of Cross-Border Merger of Capital Companies. (likums "Par darbinieku iesaistī'anu lēmumu pieņem'anā Eiropas komercsabiedrībā, Eiropas kooperatīvajā sabiedrībā un kapitālsabiedrību pārrobe'u apvienosanas gadījumā" ("LV", 23 (4215)) - Laws On-line in English Laws On-line in Latvian

    Adoption: 2010-01-21 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2010-02-24 | LVA-2010-L-88309

    Sets up the procedure by which employees shall be involved in the decision making in a European commercial company, a European cooperative society and in the case of cross-border merger of capital companies in an acquiring company.

  3. Lettonie - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Law on amendments to the Civil Procedural Code (No. 52).

    Adoption: 1998-12-10 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1998-12-18 | LVA-1998-L-56345

    Amendments regarding the procedure of recognition of enterprise insolvency.

  4. Lettonie - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Civil Procedural Law (No. 860). - Unofficial English translation (as amended)

    Adoption: 1998-10-14 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1999-03-01 | LVA-1998-L-56346

    A new Law, repealing the Civil Procedural Code except for its sections No. 22, 23, 23-A, 24, 24-A, 25.

  5. Lettonie - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Law No. LV, 32 (315) on Enterprise Income Tax. (likums "Par uzņēmumu ienākuma nodokli" ("LV", 32 (315)) - Laws On-line in English Laws On-line in Latvian

    Adoption: 1995-02-09 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1998-01-01 | LVA-1995-L-88293

    Chapter I: General Provisions
    Chapter II: Determining Taxable Income
    Chapter III: Tax Rebates
    Chapter IV: Tax Estimate and Payment Procedures

  6. Lettonie - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Act of 22 July 1994 on citizenship. - Unofficial English Translation Act on-line in English

    Adoption: 1994-07-22 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1994-08-25 | LVA-1994-L-55601

  7. Lettonie - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Law No. 32 on Personal Income Tax. (likums "Par iedzīvotāju ienākuma nodokli" ("LV", 32, 01.06.1993) ) - Laws On-line in Russian Laws On-line in English Laws On-line in Latvian

    Adoption: 1993-06-01 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1993-06-01 | LVA-1993-L-88253

    Specifies the annual taxable income, its calculation, procedure of withholding and payment of tax. Article 17 regulates the question of withholding and payment of salary tax and withholding of tax from Income, which is not related to employment relations.


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