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May 7th, 2014 by nathan Leave a reply »

From now on forward service providers shall be entitled to obtain through a one-stop information and forms necessary to access a given activity and pursuit, and therefore have access to all official communications relating to that end. In this regard we must add that law 11/2007, of 22 June, of electronic citizens access to public services (as a result of the law 25/2009) giving citizens the possibility that in the procedures relating to access to a service activity or the exercise, have the right to obtain information by means of electronic and distance has been modified. As for the collegiate organizations establishes that these cannot make recommendations on fees, not even indicative scales, except for the bar associations that will be enabled to develop indicative criteria for appraisal of coasts and the jura’s accounts of lawyers. From now on we will focus on changes to laws that has our view can interest more to our reader: law 2/2007, of 15 March, this leyintroduce changes such as professional societies: the rule stating the incompatibility of the activities or professions in these societies can only be legal, and not regulatory range as stated above. Most of the capital and of the voting rights, or most of the company’s equity and the number of partners in non-capitalist societies, shall belong to professional partners, in part by reducing that percentage as the previous regulations which imposed to be 75% of capital and the remaining aforementioned elements of those professional partners. Professional partners at least half must be plus one of the members of the organs of administration and not three-quarters of these regulating the previous law. And in the event that such a body were one-person should also be played by a professional partner. Law 31/1995 of 8 November, prevention of labour risks not cannot fail to emphasize changes in this law, since certain items that affect in a direct manner have been introduced also in how companies manage the prevention of occupational risks.


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