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Dec. 18, 2016
Newsletter regarding the Limited Liability Companies Act

A new Limited Liability Companies Act adopted by the Greenlandic Parliament was to come into force on 1 January 2017. However, the entry into force has been postponed and the Act is now expected to come into force on  January 2018.

 

The amendments are to a large extent of a technical nature and do not require any immediate actions, and we will send out a newsletter in English – most likely in the autumn of 2017 – once it has been decided when the Act will come into force.

 

However do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions or comments. 



Dec. 17, 2016
Nuna Law wishes you a Merry Christmas

Click on the image to get the complete card including the invitation to our New Years gathering.  



November 23 2016
Amendments to the Mineral Ressources Act Adopted

November 23, 2016

Please find attached our newsletter in Danish and English concerning the adopted amendments to the Mineral Resources Act, which will come into force 1 January 2017 together with our memo concerning the draft proposal of 23 June 2016. I also attach the adopted bill and the explanatory notes which unfortunately is only available in Danish.

 

Please click the PDF icon to the the newsletter in English 

 

 

Please click this PDF icon to get the the explanatory notes in Danish 

 

 



July 10 2016
News : Criticism of the proposed amendments to the Mineral Resources Act

Further to our Newsletter of 23 June 2016 it appears that stakeholders are generally very critical to the proposed amendments to the Mineral Resources Act, and generally supportive of the views stated in our memo. The responses (in Danish, Greenlandic and partly English) can be viewed on the following link: http://naalakkersuisut.gl/da/H%C3%B8ringer/Arkiv-over-h%C3%B8ringer/2016/Aendringsforslag_raastofloven

The proposal has also attracted media attention cf. the attached article in AG /Grønlandsposten,  “Heavy Criticism on new Mineral Resource Act”.  

 Click on the small picture to get a full size PDF.

We shall see whether the responses will result in any changes in the proposed amendment when the proposal is introduced for debate in Inatsisartut (Greenland Parliament) expected on the autumn session this year. As mentioned the amendment, if adopted, is expected to come into force 1 January 2017.

 



June 29, 2016
Memo regarding proposed amendments to the Mineral Resources Act

Please find attached memo regarding the draft proposal for amending the Mineral Resources Act. The draft is expected to be debated in Inatsisartut (Greenland Parliament) on the autumn session this year and if adopted to come into force 1 January 2017. I also attach the draft proposal for amending the Mineral Resources Act and remarks to the proposal, which unfortunately is only available in Danish.

Should you have questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Click the PDF-icons to download the Memo, the proposal and the comments.

 



June 29, 2016
Meme regarding proposed amendments to the Mineral Resources Act

Please find attached memo regarding the draft proposal for amending the Mineral Resources Act. The draft is expected to be debated in Inatsisartut (Greenland Parliament) on the autumn session this year and if adopted to come into force 1 January 2017. I also attach the draft proposal for amending the Mineral Resources Act and remarks to the proposal, which unfortunately is only available in Danish.

Should you have questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Klik på PDF-ikonerne for at hente Notatet, Ændringsforslaget og Kommentarerne i udskriftsvenligt PDF-format.

 



June 16, 2016
Kista Hoegh : New assistant attorney with Nuna Law

Today, Kista Høegh graduated as a Master of Law at University of Copenhagen. And by August 1st, when a well-earned summer holiday is over, she will start her work as an assistant attorney with us. Kista's job will mainly be to work with debt collection cases and to assist our lawyers with all kinds of tasks and legal advice. Contratulations to Kista - we're all looking forward to August 1.  

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February 26, 2016
Now it's official : Rebekka Kristiansen Bisgaard is an attorney.

It's now official: Rebekka Kristiansen Bisgaard is an attorney.

We have known it for some time now, and the long awaited document from the Royal Danish Ministry of Justice has now arrived - thereby making it official that Rebekka, after three years' apprenticeship, and after having passed her legal exam and shortly before Christmas her bar exam, now satisfies the requirements for calling herself an attorney - and now all formalities are finally in place. It's good to have a new attorney on the team - and indeed a 'home-grown' one!

 

But with a new attorney at the office, there is also a need for another person to perform the tasks previously performed by Rebekka, and this is also under control as Kista Høegh will join Nuna Law Firm this coming summer as an assistant attorney when she has handed in her thesis at the University of Copenhagen. Kista has been working with us as a student during two summers, so we know her very well - and we, and not least Rebekka, are looking very much forward to welcoming her as an assistant attorney.

 



February 12, 2016
Newsletter regarding new uranium agreement between Denmark and Greenland

Denmark and Greenland sign new uranium agreement - bills out for consultation

 

Further to the abolishment in 2013 of the zero-tolerance policy in Greenland towards exploration and use of uranium and other radioactive elements, there has been uncertainty as to the terms of extraction etc. - e.g. due to political disagreement between Denmark and Greenland on the definition of authority in Denmark's foreign, defence and security policy in this regard.

 

Denmark and Greenland have now entered into a new uranium agreement regulating the cooperation on future extraction and export of uranium and radioactive minerals from Greenland. The agreement lays down the framework of the cooperation on the specific foreign, defence and security policy issues relating to extraction and export, including areas of responsibility and distribution of tasks between the authorities in Denmark and Greenland.

 

In the spring of 2016, a bill will be presented to the Danish parliament and Inatsisartut on security control of nuclear material and on export control of products that may be used for both civilian and military purposes ("dual-use"). The bills have recently gone out for consultation.

 

The Greenland bill:

 

Consultation of bill for Greenland on control of peaceful use of nuclear material:http://naalakkersuisut.gl/da/H%c3%b8ringer/Arkiv-over-h%c3%b8ringer/2016/Forslag-om-Lov-for-Groenland-om-kontrol-med-den-fredelige-udnyttelse-af-nukleart-materiale

 

Consultation of bill for Greenland on control of export of dual-use products: http://naalakkersuisut.gl/da/H%c3%b8ringer/Arkiv-over-h%c3%b8ringer/2016/Lov-for-Groenland-om-kontrol-med-eksport-af-dual-use-produkter 

 

The Danish bill:

 

Consultation of bill for Greenland on control of peaceful use of nuclear material:https://hoeringsportalen.dk/Hearing/Details/59244

 

Consultation of bill for Greenland on control of export of dual-use products: https://hoeringsportalen.dk/Hearing/Details/59243

 

By the Act on control of peaceful use of nuclear material, it is proposed to introduce a security control system in accordance with international requirements in the area where there are obligations to report in relation to possession and use of nuclear material and the related system, equipment and activities.

 

It is also proposed to introduce a requirement that export of nuclear material is conditional on the conclusion of an official bilateral agreement with the recipient country with obligations in relation to peaceful use of nuclear material.

 

By the Act on control of export of dual-use products, it is proposed to introduce an export control system to ensure that the so-called "dual-use" products that may be used for both civilian and military purposes meet Denmark's internal obligations, cf. the EU dual-use regulation. As Greenland is not a member of the EU, the regulation does not apply to Greenland. The Act introduces an export control system corresponding to the relevant parts of the dual-use regulation, including requirements for a licence to export dual-use products from Greenland.

 



January 23rd, 2016
NEWS : Amendments to the Trade Act with effect from January 1st, 2016

Please find attached a newsletter from the Government of Greenland informing about the new amendments to the Trade Act with effect from January 1st, 2016

 

Should you have any questions in this respect, you are welcome to contact us at Nuna Law Firm

 

Click the PDF-icon to download the newsletter in printable PDF-format

 

 

 

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