Start Updating on laws affecting business

Updating on laws affecting business

23.115(A) that states that if the condominium association files a privilege for an amount that is not owed by the unit owner, in whole or in part, and if the unit owner affected by the privilege files suit to obtain a complete or partial release of that lien or privilege, the condominium association is liable to the unit owner for expenses in obtaining a release, including attorney fees. Upshot: The period of prescription on a recorded claim of privilege by a condominium association will now be five years. This legislation corrects the errors to align the statutes with the original intent.

The European Commission has published draft e-Privacy Regulations which will replace the current e-Privacy Directive and will apply to all Member States.

It will update the existing law to cover instant messaging, web-based email, metadata, cookies, direct marketing and online marketing.

Employment law is designed to protect the rights of the employee and covers almost all aspects of the employer/employee relationship.

While the legislation provides incentives for manufacturing expansion throughout the state, increased benefits are available to five “qualified distressed” jurisdictions — including Allegany County and Baltimore — with the highest unemployment rates in the state.

The regulation covers entities that provide publicly-available ‘electronic communications services’ which process data, utilise online tracking technologies or engage in electronic direct marketing.

This is much broader than the current directive and captures many more businesses.

Concluding any proceeding to which the corporation is a party at the time of the termination. Continuing to own any undistributed corporate assets and to owe any undischarged corporate obligations or liabilities. 23.115, the provision of the Louisiana Condominium Act concerning a condominium association’s right to a privilege on a condominium parcel for unpaid assessments and other amounts, and provides the proper procedure for asserting that privilege. The amendments make clear that if a trust instrument contains a conveyance of immovable property, then the trust instrument itself, rather than just an extract of trust, must be filed in the parish in which the property is located.