At a time when one of the main topics in our daily lives is the green pass, we would like to share some words about the green certificates that existed ...

At the end of 2020, amendments to the Commercial Register and Non-Profit Legal Entities Register Act (CRA) were adopted through the Transitional and Final Provisions of the Execution of Sentences ...

Analyzing a recent decision of the Supreme Court of Cassation of 23.09.2021, this article examines the main characteristics of the legal (quasi-personal) easement established in Art. 64 of the Energy ...

The Constitutional Court declared unconstitutional the provisions of Art. 148, para. 16 and Art. 178, para. 3, p. 5 in the part stating “in the territories with medium and high ...

On 03.12.2021 a bill for the amendment and supplementation of the Consumer Protection Act was submitted. If adopted, the amendments should enter into force on 28.05.2022. The main task of ...

The Head of the Registry Agency Daniela Miteva announced that the final full digitalization of the Property Register has started. Until now, only notary deeds after 2009 were accessible through ...

Оn 19 November 2021, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) published the draft guidance on the interplay between the provisions of the GDPR on territorial scope (in Article 3) and ...

Frequently, legal practice raises the question what happens to the shares of a deceased shareholder in a limited liability company. This question is quite reasonable since, from legal point of ...

The present text deals with a new case-law of the Supreme Cassation Court on the admissibility of a claim for ownership in respect of property which does not exist. In ...

What is “permanent address” and what is it used for? The Civil Registration Act (CRA) contains a definition of “permanent address” but does not answer the question of what it ...

In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court of Cassation (SCC) unified its conflicting case law on the differences between the closure of a part of an enterprise, reorganisation, and staff ...

On 16.09.2021 the Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) adopted Interpretative Decision No. 9/2021 (the Decision) on the regulation of the wholesale of food and flowers. The question raised concerns precisely about ...

The Ministry supports (and this is now official) an Information System named “Unitary register of experts”, which contains public and non-public part with a data for the individuals mentioned in ...

Contracts are to be interpreted when there is a dispute between the parties over the exact meaning of the contract’s provisions. The practice of the Supreme Court of Cassation (SCC) ...

The CPC provides for the possibility of an individual exemption from the general prohibition in the presence of one or more of the following conditions, even if there are concerted ...

In one of its recent judgements, the Supreme Court of Cassation (SCC) has interpreted the question whether photovoltaic power plants (PPP) and the land on which they are built constitute ...

It is generally provided in the legislation in force each shareholder is entitled to a part of the profits proportionate to his/her shareholding. In order the profits to be distributed, ...

The deadline for transposing Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2019 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law ...

Often in cases of construction of streets and other urban amenities private real estates are being expropriated in favour of the respective municipality. Under the legislation into force, in such ...

The COVID-19 pandemic has put employers in the Republic of Bulgaria in a delicate position. They face a difficultly achievable balance between ensuring healthy and safe working conditions and their ...

After we have answered positively to the question whether a transaction is a subject to control from the Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) and respectively an obligation for notification ...

What is concentration? Is there a concentration? Each transaction, performed by independent undertakings, which leads to a lasting change in control of the participating undertakings. Art. 22 of Protection of ...

The Registry Agency (the Agency) is an administration under the Minister of Justice, which is responsible for processing all acts subject to registration, based on which references are made and ...

The Supreme Court of Cassation (‘SCC’) clarified   the legal effect of the new registration of a non-renewed mortgage against third parties who acquired and registered their rights to the mortgaged ...