Entries by Kapolyi Iroda

Latest measures of the Hungarian Government concerning the COVID-19 epidemic

The 195th, 195th and 201th of the 2020 issue of the Hungarian Gazette have published several Government measures related to the epidemiological situation. The most important are the following. On the temporary reintroduction of border control The Hungarian Government, pursuant to the 407/2020. (VIII. 30.) Government Decree considering the existence of a serious threat to […]

Kapolyi Law Firm strengthens with new practice leader and partner in the field of dispute resolution and debt collection

A new senior lawyer with more than 20 years of professional experience in dispute resolution, public procurement, administrative procedure and arbitration law comes to Kapolyi Law Firm. Dr. József Antal leads the law firm’s dispute resolution and debt collection team in a position as partner.  Dr. József Antal, the new senior lawyer of the Kapolyi […]

Signs of recovery

The National Bank of Hungary published remarkable statistics, conducted by Ádám Fekete and Tamás Nyitrai, on the surveys carried out by the central bank among companies in the SME sector on the state of the economy created by the epidemiological situation. The study states that “Based on the results, the economic recovery is indicated, among […]

A recently enacted Statute – replacing an earlier Government Decree – is now the guiding regulation on the permissibility of foreign investors acquiring Hungarian strategic companies and their undertaking of specific legal transactions

On the 17th of June 2020 an Act on the cessation of the emergency and the destiny of regulations made during this period[1] (Mixing-Act) was published according to which it has now been recorded at the statutory level that for the validity of specific transactions in strategic companies (by virtue of contract, unilateral declaration or […]

The Government Decree – essentially setting forth a requirement for governmental approval – for foreign investors acquiring ownership in Hungarian strategic corporations and conducting specified transactions will remain in force until the end of the year

On the 25th of May 2020 a Government Decree[1] (Decree) was published according to which for the validity of specific transactions in strategic companies (by virtue of contract, unilateral declaration or a resolution permitting: transfer of ownership free of charge or for consideration; capital increase; transformation, merger and division of the company; the issue of […]