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Yes But then, so was imposing the £3 minimum This is a form of Resale Price Maintenance. Basically, you cannot impose or agree a minimum price with anyone for any reason. The photographers need to be free to charge whatever price they want even at a loss. You can charge for providing the service and that may make certain price points uneconomic but if a ...


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As far as I recall, each European country has its own definition of tax residency. For instance, in Germany, you are considered subject to full income taxation if you: • have at least one home in Germany, even if it's just your second home • have your habitual abode in Germany • are a German out-of-country official who is being paid by a public treasury or ...


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Answering my own question after some more research (which I should have done in the first place). Yes, it's illegal both in the US and in the EU Many airlines do it anyway because they are desperate for cash and hoping that no government agency will enforce it. A trade group is actually lobbying to change the laws Airlines will do what they can to make you ...


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Would it be possible to take the national/EU transport authorities to court to complain about risking lives and discrimination? Am I missing something? Transport authorities are not responsible for the design of traffic signs. The designs are part of traffic laws, typically based on the Vienna Convention for Road Signs and Signals. To force a change to the ...


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You would need to show at the very least that skiing in Finland has a higher chance of getting infected than doing whatever hundreds of millions of people are doing anyway. Good luck.


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Communicable diseases are endemic to the human condition Some places, times and situations are riskier than others but there is always a risk in widespread travel. Outside of disease spread, there are other risks in travel; for example, if no-one traveled at all there would be no motor vehicle deaths. On the flip-side, not traveling has its own dangers; ...


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Note that the reintroduction of border controls provided for in the Schengen Borders Code does not restrict free movement more than slightly: EU citizens and others who enjoy free movement should be allowed to cross those borders after being subjected to the border controls (unless they can be excluded on the grounds set forth in directive 2004/38/EC). I ...


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While Schengen is mainly about border controls, freedom of movement rights stem mainly from the Citizens' Rights Directive. In terms of restricting freedom of movement, Article 27(1): Subject to the provisions of this Chapter, Member States may restrict the freedom of movement and residence of Union citizens and their family members, irrespective of ...


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This is a matter of a balancing of rights and responsibilities. When a person acts in a negligent mannor, then they can be held responsible for their actions. Who (and how) does one determin if a person has acted in a negligent mannor? mostly through an impartial Judge implementing civil and criminal laws So if a citizen (in their wisdom and against ...


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Legal dispute resolution is the application of law to the facts of the case Lawyers understand the law. Subject matter experts understand the facts. Someone who can do both at the same time is valuable. For example, virtually all litigators, arbitrators and adjudicators in construction law that I know have engineering, architectural of building degrees or ...


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As a Software Engineer, whose company does pretty much the same in the USA and the EU, what you need to make sure is you are not discriminating on some particular basis like @DaleM said. As far as you don't give them different price, just because they are lets say women or asian, it is OK to do so. Another thing to watch out in the EU is geo-blocking. To ...


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None. You need not pay VAT. But the stores won't bother to configure excluding VAT for customers like you. They'd rather have the same setup for everyone, charge you "VAT" and pocket it (because they don't have to pay it for export sales).


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Based on the information provided in the question and comments, you are a Software as a Service provider established outside the European Union, providing services to European Union clients who will use your SaaS solution to process personal data that is subject to the jurisdiction of the GDPR. If you market your service to consumers in the Union, you are ...


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