KSEL Advokati is an independent Belgrade based law firm founded by Selma Mujezinović and Ksenija Sorajic Baković. After pursuing careers in a local and international professional environment Selma and Ksenija decided to establish a law firm focusing both on contentious and non-contentious matters thus providing a wide range of services relevant to the protection of business interests of clients. The proven track record of KSEL Advokati spans several decades of achievements in implementation of groundbreaking solutions and complex litigation in the field of commercial law. KSEL Advokati is organized as a joint law office where principals and members share the same values and culture enabling a seamless and fully integrated delivery of services to both local and international clients. At KSEL Advokati we practice blameless problem solving, we are performance-driven, we celebrate success, we have fun and we maintain the highest professional integrity. Our core values enable us to provide the best possible solutions tailor-made to serve the needs of our clients.
KSEL Advokati have many years of experience in providing legal advice in various areas, such as corporate and commercial law, competition law, property law relations, investment construction and in the resolving of various types of disputes. We have advised a large number of domestic and foreign clients, from the moment of the foundation of companies, through their daily business activities, as well as in the preparation and delivery of legal analysis and opinions. We also represent the interests and rights of clients before the competent courts and state bodies.Read more
The most recent legal framework regulating the privatization process in the Republic of Serbia was adopted in 2014. Certain changes have subsequently occurred in the sense that now the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Serbia has a key role in the implementation of the process. The Ministry inter alia implements the privatization process, controls the privatization process, sells public capital expressed in shares or stakes. The Ministry also performs other tasks in accordance with the Privatization Law and relevant secondary legislation.
In order to be able to stay in the Republic of Serbia for a period longer than 90 days, it is necessary that a foreign citizen has obtained a temporary residence permit, permanent residence or visa for longer residence on the basis of employment (Visa D).
On January 7, 2021, the Rulebook on detailed conditions for submitting a request for a temporary residence permit electronically entered into force. The Rulebook was adopted by the Minister of Internal Affairs pursuant to Article 41, paragraph (10) of the Law on Foreigners (“Official Gazette of RS”, No. 24/18 and 31/19), and will be applied from April 1, 2021.
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