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Company in administration in Portugal

If a company is being run in administration are contacts/agreements still valid ? For example, a service legal agreement.
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Do I have to pay taxes on external savings?

I am thinking about moving to Canada to work, save for retirement, and move back to Portugal for retirement because of the lower cost of living. I will contribute to the Canada Pension Plan and also ...
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Is it normal to be ordered to leave a crime scene in Lisbon, Portugal? Must I?

I was en route from my hotel to a cafe at 3.30pm in the heart of Lisbon, when I walked up this alley (the link I provided is the exact spot) when I saw 3 cops and 5 kids in an ongoing crime scene - 4 ...
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Are American grandchildren of Portuguese citizens entitled to Portuguese citizenship?

According to Wikipedia: As of July 29, 2015, those born outside Portugal who have at least one grandparent of Portuguese nationality, are granted Portuguese citizenship by extension immediately....
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UK name change when married in Portugal

I recently got married in Portugal. My wife and I decided that we would both take each others surnames, combining the 2 so we now have 2 surnames. The registrar over there needed a letter from the UK ...
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Trespassing in Portugal

In Portugal, if people trespass property, what are the legal implications? Example 1: If a person opens my gate and enters my yard to knock on my door, is he trespassing? Example 2: If a person ...
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Is it legal to monitor an employee's computer usage without their knowledge, in Portugal?

I've posted a question that had some legal repercussions in workplace.stackexchange.com, which is off-topic over there, so I'm asking the legal part of it here. The situation is this. I'm a (...