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 11 Apr 2019 Steve Muscat Azzopardi
Brexit has been delayed for a second time, with the new deadline set for Halloween. Whilst the deadline has been agreed upon with a review in June, the UK will be able to leave the EU beforehand should a deal finally be agreed upon.
 11 Apr 2019 Jean-Philippe Chetcuti
The European Commission has implemented an ETIAS - European Travel Information and Authorisation System affecting citizens from visa waiver countries. Although ETIAS concerns citizens from Citizenship by Investment Programmes, those citizens with a passport from Malta will not be affected.
 02 Apr 2019 Antoine Saliba Haig
As from April 2019, a new price option for the Grenada Citizenship by Investment programme under real estate will be introduced. Although the option reduces the investment amount, it has also added new requirements.
 29 Mar 2019 Steve Muscat Azzopardi
With Theresa May's Brexit Withdrawal Deal having been voted against for the third time by the British Parliament, the future of Brexit is, as always, unclear. A general election, a second referendum, and a long extension are now once again all on the table.
 27 Mar 2019 Silvana Zammit
With the advent of the new EU Copyright Directive on the digital use of artist’s work come both criticism and approval as some feel that the marketing copyright will hinder creativity, whilst others believe that the directive will protect artists.
 15 Mar 2019 Steve Muscat Azzopardi
The British parliament has voted in favour of delaying Brexit and against a second referendum. Whether Brexit is delayed or not, however, is now in the hands of the leaders of the remaining 27 Member States of the EU.
 14 Mar 2019 Steve Muscat Azzopardi
With the UK Parliament voting against a no-deal Brexit, members of Parliament are set to cast their vote on whether or not to delay Brexit. Yet the period of that extension if approved still needs to be decided upon and agreed by the EU.
 13 Mar 2019 Steve Muscat Azzopardi
Following the second rejection to May’s Brexit Deal, the UK is still experiencing uncertainty on the way forward. Another vote will be taken to clarify whether the UK will be leaving the EU with a deal or not.
 13 Mar 2019 Steve Muscat Azzopardi
The Depositor Compensation Scheme Regulations which has been introduced in Malta during 2003 in order to transpose the Deposit Guarantee Scheme Directive, have recently been amended through Legal Notice 43 of 2019.
 28 Feb 2019 Silvana Zammit
On the 28th of February 2019, new Malta Place of Supply Guidelines were issued which provide regulations for a new operating lease mode surrounding the place of supply of the hiring of pleasure yachts and their VAT requirements.


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