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In the UK, this is covered in the Licensing Act 2003 (Mandatory Licensing Conditions) (Amendment) Order 2014, which amends the Licensing Act 2003 (Mandatory Licensing Conditions) Order 2010. Mandatory Licensing Condition 2 states: The responsible person must ensure that free potable water is provided on request to customers where it is reasonably ...


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They must give you a refund By saying they don't give refunds that are required by law they are engaging in misleading and deceptive conduct which will expose them to some serious fines. Report them to the relevant Italian authority. Presumably, you paid for this service with a credit/debit card. Contact your card provider and dispute the transaction - ...


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Your caveat about not being a national of either country is a bit puzzling, because your question is about acquiring the countries' nationality, which implies as a matter of course that you do not presently have either nationality. After acquiring each country's nationality, of course, you will be a national of that country, so by the time you are a dual ...


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You've asked a two part question. [Is this a violation of] the international policy that a country should never refuse entry to verified citizens of their own? In considering that question, the US example may be illuminative. The US requires US citizens to have a "passport book" when flying into the US, even though the US issues "passport cards" that ...


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What you are probably looking for is a franchise agreement. You would be the franchisor, the person granting the franchise, the other person the franchisee. This is not a relationship of employer and employee. The franchisee is an independent trader or company. He is operating the restaurant in his own capacity. You, however, provide him with your idea how ...


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I've been wondering if it is possible to hire / create a company with someone who would open a restaurant in my place and manage it according to my guidelines. Yes, of course. You can do it just like you described: Create a company, hire employees, (let them) open the restaurant. You, as the owner of the company, could set up whatever guidelines you ...


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The EU VAT directive has harmonized rules for invoices. Relevant for your question: Article 226 requires, among others, that the invoice contains the customer's VAT identification number, as referred to in Article 214, under which the customer received a supply of goods or services in respect of which he is liable for payment of VAT, or received a supply ...


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Quebec has more stringent sweepstakes laws than the rest of Canada: Companies don't exclude residents of Quebec from sweepstakes because they don't want to advertise in Quebec, or because they have anything against the residents of that province. The reason why so many sweepstakes are void in Quebec is that the sponsors must follow a stringent set of laws ...


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This would be illegal in the United States, and my guess (although I've not looked) it would also be in Rome, as well as any other first-world (for lack of a better term) nation. Bottling water in the US is heavily regulated by the FDA. You can read all about it at this link: http://www.fda.gov/Food/FoodborneIllnessContaminants/BuyStoreServeSafeFood/...


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I have been digging around Italian copyright laws for the last couple of days and found two relevant articles: Art. 68 of law 633 of 1941 There's a lot going on in this article, but the part that's relevant to the question is comma 3: Fermo restando il divieto di riproduzione di spartiti e partiture musicali, è consentita, nei limiti del quindici per ...


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France is an often cited example of a country that mandates restaurants to serve tap water for free, while Germany and Austria do not have any such legislation. In Austria it is nevertheless more usual than in Germany for restaurants to not charge guests for tap water (according to the linked German newspaper articles). In Germany, expect to be charged ...


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Yes And using unauthorised digital copies is illegal too. And you can't translate them either. This is basically the definition of copyright violation.


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Based on your being a resident of Italy and you meeting the requirements of the respective Article 20s. You are exempt from USA tax on income earned in the USA irrespective of if you are taxed on it in Italy or not. Domestic Italian tax law will determine if you have to pay tax in Italy. You are exempt from NZ tax on income earned in NZ provided you are ...


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This Does Not Look Like A Non-Competition Clause So The Public Policies Purportedly Invalidating The Contract Term May Not Apply There is often a legal distinction between a non-solicitation clause in a contract between a vendor and a purchaser of services, and a generalized non-competition clause between an employer and an employee. A non-solicitation ...


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In the United States the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act would likely apply. The questions would be whether the cracker exceeded authorized access to the computer and whether the computer "is used in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce or communication". It can be a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the number of computers affected, amount of ...


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Law in Spain tells: Your customers in Spain have to receive your VAT number in the invoices. Article 6.1 d) Contenido de la factura (Invoice contents) del Reglamento por el que se regulan las obligaciones de facturación aprobado por Real Decreto 1619/2012, de 30 de noviembre (Executive rule for invoicing passed by bill 1619/2012): Toda factura y sus ...


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