Malta Legal Notices 2020

Malta Legal Notices 2020

The Committee informs Aslan Ziab that if he does not appear before the Court of Justice in Valletta (Malta) on 25 September 2020 at 10.30 a.m., his case will be decided in his absence. L.N. 178 of 2020 – Closure of vehicle inspection stations (revocation) – read more April 30 – The Commissioner of Finance has issued a notice to extend the COVID-19 tax deferral regime. The deferral rule now applies to VAT, taxes on employees, maternity benefits, social security contributions (including the self-employed) and provisional taxes due in March and until the end of June 2020. The Commissioner of Revenue will announce the due date for deferred taxes in a subsequent notice. The application deadline for this program has been extended to May 15, 2020. For general information, it is informed that the following legal notice in the Supplement to the Official Gazette No. 20.483 of 15 September 2020. » National Minimum Wage National Standards RegulationConsolidatedL.N. 418 of 2003; S.N. 506 of 2004; L.N 412 of 2005; S.N. 331 of 2006; L.N.429 of 2007; S.N. 339 of 2008; S.N.

378 of 2009; S.N. 527 of 2010; S.N. 502 of 2011; S.N. 491 of 2012; S.N. 441 of 2013; S.N. 484 of 2014; S.N. 431 of 2015; S.N. 424 of 2016; S.N. 144 of 2017; S.N.

368 of 2017; S.N. 441 of 2018; S.N. 349 of 2019; S.N. 467 of 2020; L.N. 462 of 2021 L.N. 177 of 2020 – Closure of Courts (Amendment No. 2) – Plus LN 244 lifts the travel ban to/from 22 countries as of July 1, 2020. The countries are Austria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Italy (except Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy and Piedmont), France (except France), Slovakia, Switzerland, Greece, Croatia, Spain (except Madrid, Catalonia, Castile-La Mancha, Castile and León) and Poland. This order provided for the suspension of the expiry of all legal, judicial and all other time limits, including mandatory time limits for proceedings or other proceedings before the courts, after the Superintendent of Public Health had ordered the closure of those courts. This suspension also applied to the limitation period in criminal and civil matters. March 18 – Publication of Legal Notice 76 of 2020, closure of places accessible to public order.

7. April – In view of the increasing spread of COVID-19 and the increasing closure of airports abroad, Maltese nationals currently abroad are invited to travel to Malta no later than Sunday 12 April 2020. On 15 March 2020, Malta Enterprise (ME) announced the issuance of two incentives to help businesses by minimising the disruption that may be caused by COVID-19. This legal opinion repeals the ordinance of 3 April 2020 on the suspension of legal deadlines (tax laws). This Ordinance, which was not in force, concerned the suspension of certain time limits and deadlines provided for in the Income Tax Act, the Income Tax Administration Act, the Obligation to Provide Documents and Transfers Act and the VAT Act. » Organisation of working time, 2003ConsolidatedL.N. 247 of 2003, as amended by S.N. 427 of 2007; S.N. 259 of 2012; S.N. 367 of 2017; S.N. 444 of 2018; L.N. 308 of 2020; Announcement of the entry into force of the Working Time Organisation Ordinance 2003 L.N.

414 of 2003 17 March – Publication of Legal Notice 78 of 2020 – Quarantine Period (Contact with Other Persons Ordinance), Official Gazette 2020. READ MORE LEGAL NOTICE 205 OF 2020 – PUBLIC HEALTH ACT (SUSPENSION OF ORGANIZED EVENTS) (AMENDMENT) REGULATION 2020 – 22.05.2020 The second incentive included in ME`s announcement is Helps employers and self-employed individuals invest in technologies that enable telework by partially covering the costs of telework solutions. ME has published „Call to facilitate telework“ guidelines in relation to this incentive. The guidelines stipulate that the aid will take the form of a cash grant and will be limited to €500 per telework contract and €4,000 per company. The cash grant will be awarded on 45% of eligible costs incurred between 1 March and 30 March 2020. To this end, eligible costs include: Another set of legal notices removes other COVID-19-related restrictions, including restrictions on certain travel. The state of emergency in Malta has been lifted. Legal Notice 62, published on 13 March 2020, amends the minimum special leave scheme (S.L. 452.101) and introduces the concept of quarantine leave.

The term „quarantine leave“ is defined as the leave granted to the employee without loss of pay in cases where the employee is required by law to comply with a quarantine order that limits the employee to a particular area or premises, as determined by the Superintendent of Public Health under the Public Health Act or by a government agency under any other law.

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