Lex Publications

Trade Books and Their Essential Necessity in Today's Trading World.

28th April 2017
Trade books are the registers wherein traders keep a written and minute account of their business transactions. Even non-traders usually keep registers wherein they record their income and their liabilities.

Statelessness vs. Protecting Asylum-Seekers and Refugees

26th April 2017
The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) estimates that globally the number of stateless people is over ten million, of which an approximate one third are children. This means that in terms of law, such people are non-existent.

Why Shipping in Malta is as vital as Tourism?

25th April 2017
All over the years, we all heard the local Politicians speaking about the importance of Tourism being the largest sector of inducing money into our economy. Furthermore, this sector creates thousands of jobs which helps a lot in diminishing the rate of unemployment.

"Third Country Nationals" in Malta

24th April 2017
In the past years Malta has evolved into a business hub on the international level. Malta offers various work opportunities, welcomes and supports business ideas and initiatives.

LexMalta and its vision for 2016/2017

23rd March 2016
In today’s world, many business entities including those who are evolving their professional skills on an individual basis or in partnership with others, are finding it extremely difficult to enter into different high-quality sectors abroad.

Office Compliance Measures

10th January 2016
Office Compliance Measures on Proper Customer Due Diligence in the light of the implementing measures of our FIAU in Malta, especially concerning foreign business or clients who use the legal services and facilities of our office.

The Development of Maltese Rent Laws

13th July 2015
In 1931, the Reletting of Urban Property (Regulation) Ordinance, now Chapter 69 of the Laws of Malta, was enacted and thus marked the beginning of a series of special rent laws.