The law will require any person who is involved as an intermediary in the sale of property to be licensed, except for those who do not carry out more than two transactions per year.
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"Government is called upon to demonstrate firm resolve to urgently but diligently bring about the necessary reforms," the statement reads.
In a statement issued on Thursday, a number of estate agents said the new rent law is affecting the property market because of onerous conditions regarding length of leases and the lack of freedom of contract is causing serious problems in the market, both for landlords and tenants.
A total of 2,477 persons were caught working without being registered with Jobsplus in 2019. This was said by Minister for Employment Owen Bonnici in Parliament. He was answering a question made by MP Godfrey Farrugia.
Chief Justice Emeritus Vincent De Gaetano told Newsbook.com.mt that President George Vella was merely upholding the law when he recently made a pro-life speech in which he took a public stand against the legalisation of abortion.
FKNK has written to the President of Malta, George Vella, demanding amendments to Referenda Act, Chapter 237. To demand the amendments the hunters’ lobbyist has presented President Vella a petition of 104,293 signatures. In a press statement FKNK Secretary General Daniel Xriha said that the petition is signed by a considerable proportion of the Maltese population, 104,293 signitures, who want to safeguard the interests, the rights and legal privileges of minorities which include hunters and trappers and that is why they are demanding the President of the Republic of Malta, George Vella to intervene.
The Malta Developers Association (MDA) said it is very concerned over how the new rent law is affecting the property market. According to the association, insecurity, different legal interpretations, restrictive rental conditions, bureaucracy and lack of freedom of contract are among the main reasons which are harming the industry and the economy.
Politicians in Malta are systematically interfering in the authority related to law enforcement, according to a report.