Settlement Agreement Lietuviskai

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A financial institution is “resident” in a Member State, Monaco or any other participating legal order when it is subject to the jurisdiction of that Member State, Monaco or another participating legal order (i.e. the participating legal country may enforce the reports by the financial institution). As a general rule, when established for tax purposes in a Member State, Monaco or another country of the participating legal order, a financial institution is subject to the jurisdiction of that Member State, Monaco or another participating legal order and is therefore a financial institution of a Member State, a financial institution of Monaco or any other financial institution of participating jurisdiction. In the case of a trust that is a financial institution (whether fiscally established in a Member State, Monaco or another participating country), the trust shall be considered to be subject to the jurisdiction of a Member State, Monaco or another participating jurisdiction if one or more of its trustees are established in that Member State. Monaco or any other participating country, unless the trust communicates to another participating jurisdiction (a Member State, Monaco or any other participating jurisdiction), under this Agreement or another agreement implementing the global standard, in respect of the reportable accounts held by the trust, to the extent that it is established for tax purposes in that other participating jurisdiction. However, where a financial institution (with the exception of a trust) does not have a tax domicile (for example.B. because it is treated as tax transparent or is located in a country where there is no income tax), it is considered to be subject to the jurisdiction of a Member State, Monaco or another participating country, namely a Member State, Monaco or any other financial institution with a participating jurisdiction, (b) in the case of Monaco, the amendment has been included in an agreement with a third country or in national law. Following the adoption of a proposal to update the Interest Rates Directive, the Commission adopted on 17 June 2011 a Recommendation on a mandate to open negotiations with Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Monaco and San Marino in order to improve the European Union`s agreements with these countries, in line with international developments, and to ensure that these countries continue to apply measures equivalent to those of the EU. On 14 On 1 May 2013, the Council reached agreement on the negotiating mandate by concluding that the negotiations should focus on the latest developments at global level, where it was agreed to promote the automatic exchange of information as an international standard. Before submitting your application to the Bank of Lithuania on the settlement of a dispute, you must address yourself in writing to the financial service provider and indicate the circumstances of the dispute and your request. You must apply to the financial service provider no later than three months from receipt of a violation of your rights. The Parties agree that the provisions on the automatic exchange of information laid down in Council Directive 2011/16/EU on administrative cooperation in the field of taxation, as amended by Council Directive 2014/107/EU, in the Agreement and its Annexes, as well as in other agreements negotiated by the European Union in parallel with the same purpose with the Swiss Confederation, the Principality of Andorra, the Principality of Liechtenstein and the Republic of San Marino, although some of them, due to the differences of views on the subject of the Principality of Monaco and these four other countries, contain further details on confidentiality and data protection, to the extent strictly necessary for the EU Member States to be able to meet the requirements imposed on them by Union law in their relations with courts outside the Union. .

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