Law of Mongolia on Regulation and Prevention of Conflicts of Interest for Public Service enacted on 19 January 2012 (the “Law on Conflicts of Interest”) was amended on 13 April 2017 adding Article 101 which prohibits public officers who file their income or property declaration under Article 4.1 of the Anti-Corruption Law and their affiliates from holding bank accounts, owning ...
GTs Advocates is pleased to announce our contribution to the ‘International Comparative Legal Guide to: Mining Law 2018’, published on 25 September 2017. The International Comparative Legal Guides are renowned for their current and practical comparative legal information and this year’s publication on Mining Law was produced through the contributions of leading law firms across 32 different jurisdictions including GTs ...
A. GENERAL The Parliament of Mongolia (the “Parliament”) adopted the Law of Mongolia on Violations (the “Violations Law”), along with its procedural law, the Law of Mongolia on the Violations Procedure on May 11, 2017 (the “Violations Procedural Law”) pursuant to the Action Plan of the Government of Mongolia for 2016-2020 and other related legal acts. The Violations Law and ...
In addition to our contribution to the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Securitisation 2017, we are pleased to announce our contribution to the ‘International Comparative Legal Guide to: Private Equity 2017’, published on 26 May 2017. The International Comparative Legal Guides are renowned for their current and practical comparative legal information and this year’s publication on Private Equity was produced ...
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