In many cases, a document signed by an unauthorized person is still legally valid and binding the parties, but on what basis for us to know so? The following dispute resolved at an arbitration center shows the necessary precautions to be protected by the provisions of laws regulations and, even if the documents cannot be completed as usual or due to a lack of goodwill by one party in providing proper documents.
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic is in danger of improvising the complex, it is still complicated with the number of new cases continuing to increase with the recognition of the new variation of the virus that is likely to spread faster and more dangerous, the Vietnamese Government has strengthened the implementation of measures to prevent and control epidemics in order to ensure the people's health and to facilitate the implementation of socio-economic development objectives.
With the aim of analyzing the reasonable points and shortcomings of business proposals for tax policies, Ms. Nguyen Thi Cuc, President of Vietnam Tax Consultants’ Association and an Arbitrator at Vietnam International Arbitration Center (VIAC), has suggested appropriate solutions for economic recovery tax.
On March 10, 2020, Chief Justice of the Supreme People's Court Nguyen Hoa Binh issued the Urgent Directive No. 02/2020 on the prevention of COVID-19 epidemic in the People’s Court system. Accordingly, the Court will suspend accepting and settling disputes until the end of March 2020 and at the same time carry out preventive measures for individuals and organizations coming to work at the Court.
Following Assoc. Professor Do Van Dai’s commentaries in series of commentaries by Vietnam International Arbitration Center (VIAC), in this interview, Lawyer Truong Trong Nghia - National Assembly Member, Partner of YKVN Law Firm and Arbitrator of Vietnam International Arbitration Center (VIAC) will elaborate on the pandemic’s impacts on Vietnamese enterprises from a legal perspective. We hope to offer useful advice and minimize the underlying risks of enterprises.
Following the commentary of Assoc.Prof.Dr Do Van Dai in the series of Legal commentaries of experts from the Vietnam International Arbitration Center (VIAC), in this interview, we will listen to the comments and opinions of Lawyer Nguyen Quoc Vinh - Partner of Tilleke & Gibbins Law Firm - Arbitrator at the Vietnam International Arbitration Center (VIAC) on the unanswered questions and a new approach to force majeure in order to give useful advice for minimizing possible risks.
Facing complicated and unpredictable developments of the acute respiratory tract infection caused by a new type of coronavirus (COVID-19), Vietnamese economy in general as well as the operation of domestic enterprises in particular has been seriously affected.