Dear Valued Customers and Partners,
GV Lawyers would like to introduce you Legal Newsletter of April 2023.
- This newsletter will update the latest legal information on the Decree guiding the implementation of the Land Law, on guidelines for granting loans to buy social and worker housings according to Resolution 33/NQ-CP, and the Scheme “Investing in the construction of at least 01 million social housing units for low-income people and industrial park workers in the 2021-2030 period”.
- In e-commerce transactions, if damage occurs, how will consumers be compensated? In the article “How Vietnam compensation rules ruin the rights of consumers in e-commerce transactions”, Ms. Pham Thanh Mai, Paralegal of GV Lawyers will analyse some damages that can be compensated under Vietnam’s consumer protection law to point out the disadvantages of consumers in the process of claiming their rights to suppliers when the damage occurs. From that, the author expects that the consumer protection law should have more appropriate protection measures for e-commerce consumers.
- In the section “Legal Guidance“, we will keep you updated about the questions on tax policies such as: (i) Personal income tax for redundancy allowances; (ii) Guidelines on tax rates for dried persimmons; (iii) License fees for business points located in a different province; and (iv) Making electronic invoices per Decree 123/2020/ND-CP.
- In the section “Good readings for you”, enterprises will be interested in the fact that the Government agrees to reduce value added tax from 10% to 8% for all goods and services of the Ministry of Finance, as well as the HoREA proposes to tighten the deposit for selling land formed in the future.
- The last part of the Legal Newsletter is, as usual, the list of selected latest legal documents.
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