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Bálint Szűcs, partner, lawyer, tax advisor

Bálint Szűcs

Partner, Tax Expert, Attorney-at-law

As a lawyer and a tax advisor, he is actively involved in legal and taxation issues affecting companies. In addition to corporate income tax, value added tax and stamp duty issues, he mainly assists our customers in the legal and tax risk due diligence of groups of companies, the design and implementation of corporate structures, divestments and acquisitions and wealth planning matters.

Owing to his wealth of experience accumulated during advisory assignments for a number of hydrocarbon exploration companies operating in Hungary and abroad, he is an expert in specialised mining and energy sector issues. He is the head of RSM Legal | Szűcs és Társai Attorneys-at-Law.

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Statutory regulations on authorising acquisitions by foreign investors in Hungary

Pursuant to a government decree adopted in relation to the emergency situation on 25 May, in certain business sectors, foreign investors could only acquire shares in business entities with registered offices in Hungary subject to the acknowledgement of the relevant minister. Following the repeal of the government decree, statutory regulations entered into force as part of the miscellaneous amendments concerning the end of the emergency situation, effective from the day on which the emergency situation was declared to have ended, which amended certain provisions of the decree.

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Epidemic-safe company set-up, transformation and sale or purchase of property with digital attorney counter-signature

Company proceedings, property sale and purchase contracts: almost everyone automatically remembers that an attorney is necessary for these procedures and the signature typically takes place in the office of the legal representative. Many are unaware, however, that company foundation and company transformation processes and even sales and purchases of property requiring attorney counter-signature can be carried out electronically without personally seeing the attorney.

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Extraordinary measures override the Labour Code

According to the regulation published in today\'s Hungarian Official Gazette, the new package of measures has overridden several labour law rules. Teleworking and working from home can be ordered independently of an employment contract, as the possibilities for derogation from the Labour Code are extended.

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Bálint Szűcs
Bálint Szűcs