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Serbia defers the complete liberalization of transfer of agricultural land to EU citizens

The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia adopted the amendments to the Law on agricultural land (the “Law”) on 28 August 2017, which will delay complete liberalization of agricultural land transactions, initially envisaged by the Stabilization and Association Agreement signed between the Republic of Serbia and EU. Amendments to the Law will come into force as of 1. September 2017.

Citizens of EU will now be able to buy up to two hectares of arable land in Serbia if they meet certain legal requirements. Such person must: (i) have at least 10 years of residence in Serbia within a local government unit in which he/she wants to purchase land; (ii) process the respective ...
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Legal Survey: Brexit and the investment boom

Ivan Gazdić of Bojović & Partners comments on the investment prospects in Serbia for the Commercial Development and Investment Journal.

The Commercial Development and Investment Journal (CIJ) recently interviewed lawyers from across Central Eastern Europe, asking them what they see as the prospects for the region’s market and how these markets will be affected by Brexit.  Bojović & Partners Senior Associate Ivan Gazdić gave a brief ...
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