The short answer to this question is “it depends”. As in most European countries, there are certain exceptions to authors’ rights to explicitly permit use of their works, which exceptions are limited to certain kinds of use. Free public access does not mean free public domain Architects and sculptors, like other authors, have the… Continue reading Is Freedom of Panorama Provided for in Bulgarian Legislation?
At the very beginning of the new year, substantial amendments to the Bulgarian Commerce Act (CA) entered into force. Part of these amendments concern the functioning of the most common legal form of business in Bulgaria – the limited liability companies – OOD, respectively EOOD. With these changes, firstly, the form of certain corporate transactions,… Continue reading New Requirements for Notarisation of Company Documents of Limited Liability Companies – Enhanced Security or Another Hindrance to Business
No explicit power of attorney, containing details of the future transaction, including particular asset, subject-matter of the transaction, particular acquirer or the transaction price, is required when authorizing a third party to dispose of a property on one’s behalf, according to last week’s Interpretative Decision of the General Assembly of the Civil and Commercial Colleges… Continue reading Immovable Property Can Be Sold Under a General Power of Attorney, According to the New Interpretative Decision of Bulgaria’s Supreme Court of Cassation