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Official Gazette

Thursday, September 21, 2017
Tags: assembly
Enforcement of security under the new resolution on dealing with bad debts Enforcement of security under the new resolution on dealing with bad debts
Resolution No. 42/2017/QH14 on trial dealing with non-performing loans of credit institutions was passed on June 21, 2017, by the National Assembly. It took effect on August 15, 2017, and remains in force for five years from that date. The resolution is a long-awaited text and expected to help credit institutions to better deal with their non-performing loans. A significant number of provisions of this text are about secured transactions which are at the heart of the process of recovery of bank loans for the time being. This article tries to give an overview of the text.
Proposals to build Real Estate Tax Law articulated Proposals to build Real Estate Tax Law articulated
“It is unreasonable if the Real Estate Tax Law is built without making any changes in the land use levy collection mechanism and policy”, said Chairman Le Hoang Chau of the Ho Chi Minh City Real Estate Association.
Directive No. 26/CT-TTg Directive No. 26/CT-TTg
On further effectively implementing Resolution No. 35/NQ-CP of May 16, 2016, in the spirit of the Government siding with businesses
Unified management of public debts needed: NA leader Unified management of public debts needed: NA leader
The National Assembly Committee on Financial and Budgetary Affairs should reach agreement with the Ministry of Finance on the sole focal point in public debt management, said NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan at the 13th session of the NA Standing Committee that closed on August 18.
Numerous issues discussed at 13th session of NA Standing Committee Numerous issues discussed at 13th session of NA Standing Committee
Numerous issues will be discussed at the 13th session of the National Assembly Standing Committee that opened in Hanoi on August 10.
Salient amendments to the 2015 Penal Code Salient amendments to the 2015 Penal Code
At its 3rd session wrapped up last month, the National Assembly passed a law making a raft of amendments to the 2015 Penal Code with effect from early next year. More than 200 articles of the Code have been amended, one new article added and another removed. These amendments include not only corrections of technical errors but also many criminal justice policy changes. Below are the most prominent of them.
Court precedents in Vietnam: a view from the building of the 2015 Civil Code Court precedents in Vietnam: a view from the building of the 2015 Civil Code
Vietnam’s legislative work has entered a new development period with a focus on recognizing, respecting, protecting and guaranteeing human rights and citizens’ rights and implementing the judicial reform strategy, especially upholding the role of people’s courts in safeguarding justice and exercising the judicial power.
Abandoning a newborn is illegal Abandoning a newborn is illegal
According to Vietnam’s Law on Child Protection, Care and Education, children, whether female or male, in or out of wedlock, biological or adopted, born to one party or both parties to a marriage, are all protected, cared for and educated, and enjoy rights provided by law.
Crimes against IPRs in the 2015 Penal Code Crimes against IPRs in the 2015 Penal Code
After suspending the 2015 Penal Code from taking effect for one year, the National Assembly passed on June 20, 2017, the Law Amending and Supplementing a Number of Articles of the Penal Code, in which the crimes against intellectual property rights have been significantly amended and will come into effect from January 1, 2018.
New Tourism Law aims to better ensure tourists interests New Tourism Law aims to better ensure tourists’ interests
Deputy Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism Nguyen Thi Thanh Huong talks with To Quoc (Fatherland) newswire about new provisions of the Tourism Law, which is expected to create a breakthrough in tourism development in the time to come.

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