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Open SPV Company in Romania

Open SPV Company in Romania

Investors who open an SPV company in Romania will incorporate a distinct legal entity. The Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) is a legal entity created by a foreign company interested in using it for a special business need in Romania, such as financing a particular project or isolating financial risk. Foreign…
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Obtaining Romanian Birth Certificate

Obtaining Romanian Birth Certificate

Obtaining the Romanian birth certificate takes place at the Romanian diplomatic mission or consular office in the country in which the child was born. This step is performed by the parent who is a Romanian citizen, or by either of them if they are both Romanian nationals living abroad. In…
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Register a (Foreign) Divorce in Romania

Register a (Foreign) Divorce in Romania

In order to register a foreign divorce in Romania, the former spouses will need to register this decision either through an application submitted to the Romanian authorities, or through a court decision. In most cases, the first option is the preferred one, however, our team will also guide you and…
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Registration of a Marriage Concluded Abroad in Romania

Registration of a Marriage Concluded Abroad in Romania

Couples who decide to get married outside of Romania, and who will wish to have their civil union recognized, will need to follow the step for the registration of a marriage concluded abroad in Romania. This process is mandatory, and not voluntary, in all cases in which the couple (consisting…
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Register Change of Surname in Romania

Register Change of Surname in Romania

Local and foreign nationals can register a change of surname in Romania only in limited, justified situations, as defined by a special Government Ordinance. One of the most common situations in which this change is requested is after marriage. The surname change is possible through a court decision or through…
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Types of testaments in Romania

What are the types of testaments in Romania according to the law on this matter? According to the Romanian Civil Code, in Romania there are two types of testaments, namely: ordinary or usual testaments and privileged or extraordinary. Individuals who need assistance to conclude any of these documents can rely…
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How to obtain an EORI number in Romania

Starting July 1, 2009, all the economic operators involved in import, export and transit in the European Union are obliged to obtain an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number. The economic operators are defined as all the legal entities performing businesses regulated by the EU Customs legislation. This means…
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The eviction from buildings used or occupied without right

What is the Romanian law regulating the procedure for the eviction from buildings used or occupied without right and against which people can such action be initiated? The procedure regarding the eviction from buildings used or occupied without right is regulated by the Civil Procedure Code, in Articles 1034 -…
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The know-how contract in Romania

What is the know-how and what does the know-how contract refer to in Romania? Government Ordinance no. 52/1997 defines the notion of know-how as a set of formulas, definitions, technical documents, drawings and models, networks, processes and other analogous elements that serve to the manufacture and commercialization of a product.…
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The Civil International Trials in Romania

What are the rights of foreign citizens in an international lawsuit according to the legal provisions in Romania? Foreign natural and legal persons own the same procedural rights and obligations as Romanian citizens or legal persons before the Romanian courts. Foreign citizens benefit from relief and tax cuts and other…
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