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GRATA International Kazakhstan contributed to the The Law Review series - The Technology, Media & Telecommunications Review 2017 with the chapter on Kazakhstan.
Please be informed that the State revenue committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter – the ‘SRC’) clarified in its letter dated 7 March 2017 No. КГД-06-3-11411-КГД-5981 that an electronic invoice (hereinafter – ‘EI’) may be signed by one of the participants of EI information system (hereinafter – ‘EIIS’): either by (i) a head of the company or by (ii) an authorized person on the basis of an electronic power of attorney (hereinafter – ‘PoA) issued by the company and signed with its electronic signature. I.e., it is not required to sign the same EI by both the head and the chief accountant of the company.
State revenue committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter – the ‘SRC’) clarified...
Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan adopted a ruling dated 13 February 2017 No. 56 ‘On introduction of changes to the ruling of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated 21 January 2011 No.24 ‘On approval of rates of customs fees levied by the customs authorities’ establishing the rates of customs fees in Kazakhstan Tenge.
GRATA International contributed to the International Comparative Legal Guide series - Aviation Law 2017 with the chapter on Kazakhstan.
Yerzhan Yessimkhanov - Partner, GRATA International, commented to Vlast on legal aspects of the 'second wave' of privatisation in Kazakhstan.
GRATA International law firm provides you with a brief tax alert on main changes and amendments to the Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan on taxes and other obligatory payments to the budget (the Tax Code) effective 2017.
GRATA International contributed to the International Comparative Legal Guide series - Franchise 2017 with the chapter on Kazakhstan.
Public Procurement covers common issues in public procurement laws and regulations – including application of the law to entities and contracts, award procedures, exclusions and exemptions, remedies and changes during a procedure and after a procedure.
Data Protection covers common issues in data protection laws and issues – including rights, registration formalities, cookies, international data transfer, etc.
This article is published using “Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) – The Practitioners Handbook on International Tax” documented by Ambassador SM Soni on 25th May 2016, “The constitutional law of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Astana International Financial Centre” and “Explanatory Note to the issue on the Strategy for the development of the Astana International Financial Centre”.
Please be informed that Kazakhstan and Russia agreed on cancellation of apostilization requirement in respect of documents confirming tax residence.
On 18 May 2016 the Republic of Kazakhstan has ratified the Convention on avoidance of double taxation with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Protocol thereto which are in effect since 1 September 2016. Please note that the Convention is applied to income which will be paid starting from 1 January 2017.
On 14 October 2016 the Republic of Kazakhstan has ratified the Convention on avoidance of double taxation with Serbia and the Protocol thereto.
Yerzhan Yessimkhanov, partner at GRATA International, commented for UK Construction Law Journal on several practical aspects of use of FIDIC contract forms in Kazakhstan.
Protection of trademarks becomes important with the growth of business and increase in competition at any market of goods and services. Manufacturers of goods (providers of services) sell their goods (services) under a particular “brand” or mark, so that consumers can distinguish a particular product among many other similar goods (services).
This presentation was part of the seminar 'Legal and Practical Aspects of Public-Private Partnership (PPP): reviewing CIS project experience for Kazakhstan. '
A practical cross-border insight into mining law
Homes away from home: Chinese real estate investment overseas
Kazakhstan gained its independence in 1991 from the USSR. Kazakhstan’s judicial system is young, relatively underfi nanced, and thus not suffi ciently strong or independent. The system is in transition from a Soviet-style and judge-dominated, inquisition-type civil process to a more liberal, competitive judicial process. Corruption, although not common, is said to take place.
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