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First instance court win in the renewable energy industry for Hategan Attorneys

Hategan Attorneys through its Tax Department won a first instance court at the Timis Court House, an important lawsuit against ANAF, DGFP Timis, representing one of the largest developers of renewable energy projects in the Western Romania.

2018-02-14 16:02:34

Timis Court House decided that several components of the photovoltaic park cannot be considered as constructions, thus avoiding the increase of the building tax due.

This favourable court judgment can have a major impact on the renewable energy industry, according to Hategan Attorneys.

With this new success, the Hategan Attorneys Tax Department maintains the particularly good rating of litigation gained in the field of tax law, demonstrating that proper enforcement of the law by the authorities is necessary and must be ensured constantly to all companies operating in Romania.

Hategan Attorneys is an independent law firm established in 2004 that provides an integrated range of legal services to meet the needs of companies, individuals and organizations both in Romania and internationally.



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