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Employment Law Review 2013
Austrian Chapter von Jakob Widner

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ILO Newsletter 1. März 2013

Protecting tenants from eviction in rescue proceedings



For a successful rescue to take place, the business premises must remain available for the continued operation of the company. Consequently, Section 12c of the Insolvency Code protects the debtor from eviction in rescue proceedings. However, the Supreme Court recently confirmed that a landlord may proceed with eviction proceedings if the tenant fails to meet certain obligations.
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Plädoyer für eine „statische" bzw einheitliche Auslegung

Dr. Alexander Isola, Dr. David Seidl und Univ.-Ass. Mag. Florian Sprajc in der aktuellen Ausgabe der Zeitschrift für Insolvenzrecht und Kreditschutz, ZIK 2012/ 299, 214, Verlag LexisNexis
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ILO Newsletter 16. Jänner 2013
Supreme Court demands quick response from employers following harassment

Employers must respond quickly when defending employees against mobbing attacks and harassment by their peers, a recent Supreme Court decision has confirmed. The court made clear that although an employer is free to choose any means necessary to protect its employees against such behaviour in the workplace, measures must be taken without delay.
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ILO Newsletter 4. Jänner 2013

Land Register registration fee to draw on fair market value: significant rise in costs



In light of a Constitutional Court decision, Parliament recently passed a bill amending the provisions on the Land Register registration fee. As of January 1 2013, the fee for all types of property acquisition is generally calculated on the basis of the fair market value of the real estate. The amendments have a considerable impact on ancillary costs of such acquisitions.
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