THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LAW AND POLITICS ( PART 2)

III. FACTORS OF THE RELATNE AUTONOMY OF (MODERN) LAW The factors that ensure the relative autonomy of modern law can generaiiy be divided into two groups: the iargeiy rurrnai raduns of the autonomy of modern law are its specific formalism, ...Read More

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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LAW AND POLITICS ( PART 1)

DR. MIRO CERAR ABSTRACT: This article examines some basic characteristics of the relationship between national and international law and politics. The law functions in relation to politics in three basic aspects, namely as a goal, a means, or an obstacle. First, ...Read More

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS LAW ( PART 40)

Chapter XI Final and transitional provisions Article 150 Obligation to maintain records 1. Except for the instruments of payment settled, which have the deadline for retaining the records established in the System of Payment Law, the financial institutions must retain ...Read More

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS LAW ( PART 39)

Section III Legal proceedings Article 134 Responsibility 1. The responsibility for legal proceedings in the contraventions mentioned in this law, and the application of appropriate sanctions falls to the Supervisory Entity. 2. The Supervisory Entity is responsible for the decision ...Read More

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS LAW ( PART 38)

Section II Specific infractions Subsection I Penal measures Article 130 Illegal activity of receiving deposits and other refundable funds 1. Any person who exercises any activity which consists of receiving from the public, on their own account or for some ...Read More

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS LAW ( PART 37)

Chapter X Infractions Section I General Provisions Article 122 Area of applicability 1. The provisions of this chapter are applicable, regardless of the nationality of the agent. 2. The following facts that infringe this law, are considered infractions, if: a) ...Read More

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS LAW ( PART 36)

Article 114 Nomination of the Supervisory Commission 1. When any of the situations referred to in article 109 or in number 2 of article 111 of this law occur, the Supervisory Entity may, together with or separately from the nomination ...Read More

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS LAW ( PART 35)

Article 111 Recovery and corrective plan 1. If any of the conditions described in the previous article occurs, the Supervisory Entity may oblige the institution in question to prepare and submit for approval a recovery and corrective plan, within the ...Read More

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS LAW ( PART 34)

Chapter IX Corrective measures Article 108 Objective of corrective provisions 1. With a view to protecting the interests of its depositors, investors and other creditors, and to safeguard the normal functioning of the monetary, financial and foreign exchange markets, the ...Read More

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS LAW ( PART 33)

Chapter VIII Non-banking financial institutions Section I Authorization of financial institutions with registered office in Angola Subsection I General principles Article 89 Scope of application The provisions of this chapter are applied to the authorization of non-banking financial institutions identified in ...Read More

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