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Mifsud & Mifsud Advocates is a multidisciplinary law firm set up in 2007, by its two founding partners, Dr. Malcolm Mifsud and his brother Dr. Cedric Mifsud. Situated in the heart of Malta's capital city, Valletta, this law firm prides itself in having always furnished its clients with the most effective solutions which always meet and exceed their expectations. Upholding a work-ethic based on honesty and integrity, Mifsud & Mifsud Advocates aids its clients in achieving positive results expediently and efficiently, whatever the nature of the issue brought before it may be.
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The Court of Justice concluded that the provision in the Anti-Money Laundering Directive which outlines that any member of the general public can have access to information on the beneficial ownership of companies incorporated within the territory of the Member States, is invalid. The Court received two requests in separate proceedings, first between WM and Luxembourg Business Registers (‘LBR’) (Case C‑37/20) a Luxembourgish company, and secondly between Sovim SA and LBR (Case C‑601/20), its beneficial owner, to give a preliminary ruling on the access to information on the beneficial ownership of companies. LBR and Sovim SA had previously requested the Luxembourg Business Registers (LBR) to restrict the general public’s access to information concerning them on the ground that the general public’s access to that information would seriously, actually and immediately expose WM and his family to a disproportionate risk and risk of fraud, kidnapping, blackmail, extortion, harassment, violence or intimidation.
When a landlord does not accept the termination of a lease agreement, but rents the same property to a third party, this would in fact mean that he would be legally accepting the termination. This was held in Gismond Attard et -v- Yog.Art Catering Limited decided by the Court of Appeal on 2 November 2022, presided by Mr Justice Lawrence Mintoff.
Mifsud & Mifsud Sunday, November 20, 2022
The operations of the Reletting of Urban Property Ordinance, Chapter 69 of the Laws of Malta and Act X of 2009 violated the fundamental rights of the plaintiff as provided by Article 1 Protocol 1 of the European Convention of Human Rights, but the amendments introduced by virtue of Act XXIV of 2021 do not breach these rights
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Valletta, VLT 1123, Malta
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